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Sainsbury’s Finance pleases fixed rate savers

Sainsbury’s Finance pleases fixed rate savers

Category: Savings

Updated: 12/04/2011
First Published: 12/04/2011

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Sainsbury's Finance has sanctioned a move in its fixed rate savings accounts certain to please savers.

Selected rates on its Fixed Rate Saver account have been increased so that the one year version now pays 3.35% and the two year version 3.85%.

It means both options improve their standing over their respective terms.

As is common with most fixed rate savings accounts, early access to funds is not allowed.

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