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Rate rise takes one year Aldermore bond to the top

Rate rise takes one year Aldermore bond to the top

Category: Savings

Updated: 03/08/2011
First Published: 03/08/2011

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Aldermore has increased the rate paid on its one year fixed account, making it the stand out choice in its class.

The rate paid on the One Year Fixed Rate Account has increased by 0.11% to 3.52%.

It is now a market leading rate when compared against bonds of a similar term.

A monthly option is also available for those requiring a regular income.

As is more common with fixed rate bonds, withdrawals and additions are not permitted.

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