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Hargreaves Lansdown says twice as many considering single company Pep for 1999

Hargreaves Lansdown says that its research shows that twice as many people are thinking of taking out a single company Pep as did last year.


The investment IFA says that such Peps are often regarded as the &#39ugly ducklings&#39 of the market.


But it believes that they are good investments for clients although it is difficult for the investment industry to make money out of them.

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