Today's 'Money in a Minute' showcases the best new launches in the savings and mortgage markets over the past week.
The products featured have been handpicked by the impartial research team here at Moneyfacts.co.uk, so you can be sure they are some of the best deals in their respective fields.
To make sure you fully understand the products, the technical details behind the plans are followed by our analysis.
krbs - Product details
The new 5 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 3 pays a competitive rate of 4.50%, seeing it land amongst the other long-term bond market leaders. Savers must be prepared to lock their money away for the duration of the five year term, whilst those wishing to receive monthly interest must be prepared to make a minimum investment of £10,000.
Nottingham Building Society - Product details
This new online savings account offers investors a reasonable rate of 2.75% including an introductory bonus of 1.00%. This deal is best suited to those requiring short-term access to funds and savers must bear in mind that the introductory bonus will expire on the 30th June next year.
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Halifax - Product details
This new three year fixed deal offers borrowers a good rate of 4.99% to 30.9.14. Available to first and second-time buyers with a deposit of 15% or over, this deal also offers the incentive of a £150 rebate to existing Halifax current account customers.
Santander - Product details
The latest variable tracker deal from Santander offers a reasonable rate of 3.29% for term with a low arrangement fee of £995. All customers can borrow up to £1 million and 75% of the property value, while a host of incentives and flexible features add to its overall appeal.
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