TITLE

RESEARCH from Capita Asset Services [...]

AUTHOR(S)
Geoff Foster
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Daily Mail;6/19/2014, p78
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
RESEARCH from Capita Asset Services reveals investors have been filling their boots with shares over the past 12 months. Holdings in UK equities have reached £238.8bn, a post financial crisis record and only 3.5pc below the all-time record of £247.3bn attained exactly seven years ago in 2007. Capita expects record dividends of £11.3bn to be paid to private investors in 2014. Over the last seven years, private investors have reaped an astonishing £58.3bn in dividends.
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96588109

 

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