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Aldermore boosts five year bond

Aldermore boosts five year bond

Category: Savings

Updated: 16/02/2011
First Published: 16/02/2011

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Aldermore has given savers a subtle boost by raising the rate on its five year bond.

Now paying 4.80%, the bond moves to the top of the long term market, while the monthly option increases too.

As with most bonds, there is no flexibility for withdrawals or making additional investments during the term.

However, being available by post, telephone or internet, the bond enjoys widespread appeal.

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