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Secure Trust Bank
At 4.01%, the three-year fixed rate bond is highly competitive within the market. In common with many fixed rate bonds, no earlier access is permitted, although further additions can be made whilst the issue remains open. This deal should prove popular with savers who are willing to invest for the longer term.
Manchester Building Society
This account from Manchester Building Society is currently the highest paying notice account on the market at 3.36%. Savers will need to give 60 days' notice to access funds and only four withdrawals are permitted each year. Investors need to be aware that the account includes a 2.00% bonus for 12 months so they would be wise to review the rate before it expires.
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Newcastle Building Society
This latest offering from Newcastle Building Society provides a highly competitive fixed rate for borrowers with a small deposit of 5%. Customers can benefit from no fee and a generous incentive package of free valuation and, for house purchases, a £300 rebate which will be a boost for anyone looking to keep upfront costs down.
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This latest rate reduction, focusing on a term between four and five years, makes borrowing between £7,500 and £15,000 one of the most competitive in the market at 5.9% APR. This new rate should prove popular with customers looking for a competitive loan rate whilst consolidating their debts.
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