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Allied Irish improves one year fixed rate bond

Allied Irish improves one year fixed rate bond

Category: Savings

Updated: 09/08/2011
First Published: 09/08/2011

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Allied Irish Bank has improved the rate paid on its one year fixed rate bond.

The product now pays 3.40% (+0.10%), improving it position within the top ten of the short term market.

As with most bonds, funds have to be committed for the full term, although access is permitted at the bank's discretion, subject to a 60 day loss of interest.

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