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Three shares for long-term income

By Algy Hall , 15 April 2015

Last year's long-term income screen produced a total return of 13 per cent compared with 10 per cent from the market along with a near 4 per cent yield and 8 per cent dividend growth. This year, three stocks have passed all the screen's tests

Three shares for long-term income

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