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Charitable increase from Julian Hodge

Charitable increase from Julian Hodge

Category: Business

Updated: 20/10/2009
First Published: 20/10/2009

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Julian Hodge Bank has increased the rates of its Capital Millennium Bonds – excellent news for charities looking to invest in what is a very limited market.

The one and two year products have both had rates increased by 0.20%, and now offer 3.70%. Monthly options have also increased, while all other terms and conditions remain unchanged.

The one year term is now a top paying account its class, while the two year option has moved near to the top end of its market.

Both have been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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