Today's Money Masterclass showcases the best new launches in the savings and mortgage markets.
The products have been pinpointed by our renowned and impartial research team. So you can be sure that they sit at the top of the respective classes.
To make the products easier to understand, technical details and first class analysis have been provided, so you can be sure whether you've found the right deal for you.
Santander - Product details
A rate increase of 0.15% to 2.90% sees this product sitting comfortably amongst the other no notice market leaders. The account does not require advance notice to access funds, although there is a limit of £300 for those wishing to make withdrawals from cash machines.
Northern Rock - Product details
Savers who prefer to conduct their business in branch will be pleased with the rate increase of 0.15% to the Branch Saver product. The deal should appeal to investors with varying deposit amounts, and at 2.05% has boosted its position within the instant access branch account sector.
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HSBC - Product details
HSBC has made various amendments to its mortgage product range. The latest variable for term rate at 2.29% is a good deal for those with a deposit of 40% or more. In addition to a low rate and fee, no early redemption charge is payable making it possible to switch to another mortgage should base rate increase.
Norwich & Peterborough Building Society - Product details
Despite a rate increase to many of its fixed rate mortgages, Norwich & Peterborough BS still offers some reasonably attractive deals. The two year product re-priced to 4.18% offers customers an 85% loan-to-value, a low fee of £995 and a variety of flexible features, which help to enhance this deal's appeal.
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