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CIS financial-strength figures

In last week&#39s Financial Strength Survey, the reduction-in-yield figures in table E for CIS related to industrial business instead of ordinary business. Correct ordinary business values are 2.6 for 10-year endowments and 1.2 for 25-year endowments. Personal pension values are 2.5 for 10 years and 1.2 for 25 years.

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