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Clydesdale Bank sets fixed ISA market alight

Clydesdale Bank sets fixed ISA market alight

Category: Savings

Updated: 11/04/2011
First Published: 11/04/2011

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Clydesdale Bank has launched a new fixed ISA which sets the savings market alight.

Paying 3.25% to 31 August 2012, this cash ISA has a rate which sits comfortably towards the top end of the short term ISA market.

As is the norm with fixed rate bonds, early access to money is allowed on closure of the account only and incurs a penalty of up to 180 days' interest.

A similar deal is available through Yorkshire Bank, with both providers earning four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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