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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Wages, Finance
index-linkedˌindex-ˈlinked adjective British English technical  BEWBFindex-linked wages, pensions etc increase or decrease according to the rise or fall in prices
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index-linkedTo relieve policyholders of this burden, we have now index-linked everyone's cover.This is because index-linked funds would automatically favour them over their smaller rivals.Surprisingly there is only one index-linked gilt unit trust; it is run by Guinness Flight.If it had been index-linked, it would now be about £100,000.All civil servants, however, have the very valuable privilege of an index-linked pension.The Government's option 2 - taking the fund and paying index-linked pensions itself has been dropped.To bid for, at its discretion, stock of less than 3 months maturity and index-linked stock offered by marketmakers. 4.Conventional stocks and index-linked stocks are discussed further in sections 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 below.
From Longman Business Dictionaryindex-linkedˈindex-linked adjectiveECONOMICSFINANCE index-linked loans, PENSIONs etc are those whose value follows the level of prices in the RETAIL PRICE INDEXFor investors still concerned about inflation, an index-linked account is well worth considering.
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