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Tax breaks poised to boost Aim stocks

Tax breaks are set to give Aim stocks a boost later in 2014. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Tax breaks are set to give Aim stocks a boost later in 2014. Picture: Ian Rutherford

STOCKS on the Alternative Investment Market (Aim) are tipped to enjoy a “very positive year”, with tax breaks poised to boost trading from April.

Accountancy firm Campbell Dallas today said the number of companies quoted on Aim began to increase last year for the first time in six years.

Fraser Campbell, a partner at the practice, said: “Barring any unexpected shocks, with investors’ risk appetites returning and the UK economic revival seemingly well under way, 2014 looks set to be a very positive year for Aim.”

 

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