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Anyone know where I can hold of 50 years worth of FTSE 100 or All Share data or anything similar?

BTW looking at the average wage data from Nationwide makes me somewhat sceptical, average salary in 2000 was 22K now allegedly over 27K... have peoples salaries gone up 22% in the last five years?

Thanks in advance.

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Anyone know where I can hold of 50 years worth of FTSE 100 or All Share data or anything similar?

BTW looking at the average wage data from Nationwide makes me somewhat sceptical, average salary in 2000 was 22K now allegedly over 27K... have peoples salaries gone up 22% in the last five years?

Thanks in advance.

Not sure how far it goes back, there is probably one for the All Share as well.

http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=%5EFTSE

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Not sure how far it goes back, there is probably one for the All Share as well.

http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=%5EFTSE

Unfortunately it only goes back to 1984, working on a cracking house price calculator with a twist but need it to go back as long as the nationwide data.

Anyone know of anything else?

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