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Yorkshire launches combination bond

Yorkshire Building Society is launching a combination bond giving returns from a fixed rate bond and a with-profits income bond.

The bond, which has a minimum invesrtment of £10,000, is split equally between a Yorkshire Building Society fixed rate bond paying 7.25 per cent and a Legal & General with profits income bond.

The fixed rate bond matures in September 2002 and the investment in the with-profits bond is open-ended and designed to run for a minimum of five years.

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