Britain weighs lure for small investor

Britain is following France's lead in considering tax incentives to attract small-scale stock market investors. A finance bill in the House of Commons would allow individuals to invest in ordinary shares up to $1,100 (US), tax-free, each year. This exemption would continue for five years. The relatively new French law has resulted in widespread equity interest that country's investment field by investors with limited funds.

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