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Principality’s Bond a fast mover

Principality’s Bond a fast mover

Category: Savings

Updated: 04/12/2008
First Published: 04/12/2008

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Savers looking for a short home for their money and an impressive interest rate need look no further than Principality Building Society's Six Month Fixed Rate Bond.

It pays a market leading rate of 5.76% and you'll need at least £1,000 that you can live without for the six month term. If needs must, the account can be closed early, but the loss of 90 days interest is a high price to pay.

Speed could be of the essence for interested applicants, as the attractive rate makes it a product that's unlikely to be on the market for long.

Check out our Savings Best Buy charts for the latest leading savings products available.

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