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Marks & Spencer ISAs attracting 1,000 applications a day

Marks & Spencer Financial Services says over 1,000 people a day are registering for its ISAs which will be launched in April.


M&SFS will be offering a maxi ISA that will have cash and stocks and shares elements and a mini ISA for stocks and shares only.


It will also offer a Cat-marked ISA which will invest in the Marks & Spencer UK 100 Companies Fund which tracks the FTSE 100 Index.

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