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NatWest increases E-ISA rate

NatWest increases E-ISA rate

Category: Savings

Updated: 06/03/2012
First Published: 06/03/2012

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NatWest has increased the rate paid by its only ISA account, with the introduction of a 1.00% bonus.

Now paying from 2.98% (AER 3.00%) from the minimum investment of £1, this increase improves its position greatly within the ISA market to sit within the top ten.

A review will be required after the bonus expires to ensure the rate is still competitive.

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