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Jupiter tops discount Pep chart for 1998

Jupiter has topped PepDirect&#39s 1998 discounted Pep sale figures for the second consecutive year.


The figures compiled from discounted Pep&#39s sold direct by PepDirect show an increase of 56 per cent in 1998 and a 151 per cent increase in December compared to the same month in 1997.


Invesco came second in the table while Scottish Widows broke into the top 10 for the first time.


Managing director Don Clark says: &#34What will be interesting to see is whether the Autif figures which show Pep sales across the country match the discount figures.&#34

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