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Why do some of my investments have a zero quoted yield or N/A?

The majority of funds quote a yield figure. If the yield is showing as 0, this is the yield that has been declared by the company. If we have not been provided with a yield figure the yield will show as N/A. This does not necessarily mean that the investment has no yield..

Please contact our Helpdesk with any enquiries about fund yields.

Please remember that capital values of stock market investments, as well as yields, can fall as well as rise and therefore you could get back less than you invest.

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