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M&G says aim is to return to positive net sales

M&G says its main objective for next year is to return the group to positive net sales.


It is expecting a high demand for Peps in next year&#39s final season.


It is also hoping that its individual savings account which it is launching in conjunction with Bank of Scotland in April will be a success with consumers.


M&G says it has got off to a good start because its newly launched High Yield Corporate Bond has already attracted £70m of investment.


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