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United National Bank increases one year rate

United National Bank increases one year rate

Category: Savings

Updated: 23/04/2012
First Published: 23/04/2012

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United National Bank has improved its one year fixed rate account by 0.15%.

This increase means the account now pays 3.45% (3.40% monthly), improving its position within the short term market to just below the top paying rates.

As is common with most fixed term deposits, no earlier access to funds or further additions are permitted.

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