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Jaw show

Such was DWS Investments’ confidence that everyone attending the launch of its new ratebuster product would be astounded by their wizardry, the fund manager offered 50 to anyone whose jaw did not hit the floor.

DWS’s fears that the gathered hacks and industry bods would be injecting botox to prevent any tell-tale eyebrow raising proved unfounded. It could still prove expensive for DWS as several trade journos, IFAs and brokers were so hung over after a big night out watching ChelseaPSG that they were physically incapable of any reaction, unless the group thought they were all speechless.

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