Inflation-linked structured products on the menu for UK investors

Inflation rate
Up and away: UK structurers offer investors inflation-beating returns

With the UK's Retail Prices Index (RPI) inflation measure running at 5.6%, well above the Bank of England's inflation target of 2%, recent weeks have seen Royal Bank of Scotland, Legal & General and Jubilee Financial Products all tempting investors with inflation-linked deposit bonds.

Royal Bank of Scotland has launched the UK Inflation Income Bond, which aims to generate positive real returns for investors. The value of the bond at the maturity date is linked to the change in the level of the

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