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Austaralian share market game ( Dummy portfolio simulated stock game ) - Win cash $$

Citigroup and westpac are holding a Share market game and the winner recieve prizes . You get t o build a Portfolio with dummy money and if u do really good U stand the chance to get Yourself a real cash portfolio

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Take a hypothetical $50,000, create your own virtual share portfolio and experience what it is like to invest in the sharemarket without spending a cent of your own money.

Schools Sharemarket Game

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Registrations open 19 February 2007

Players must be Australian secondary school students (years 7-12)

Total prize pool over $25,000

Trading period - 15 March to 24 May 2007

Citigroup

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Public Sharemarket Game

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Registrations open 5 March 2007

Players must be Australian residents aged 18 years and over

Total prize pool $15,500 including Westpac Broking share portfolio

Trading period - 29 March to 5 July 2007

Westpac Broking

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