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Smile&#39s mini cash Isa tops press table

Smile&#39s mini cash Isa received the most positive mentions across the media over the Isa season, according to a survey published by Presswatch.

Fidelity received most positive mentions by product and most IFA recommendations, while Aberdeen&#39s Tech Fund received the highest number of mentions by product, during the period January 1 to April 6.

The product receiving the most negative press was Scottish Widows&#39 UK Growth Fund, while the company who received the most negative press was CGU.

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