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United National Bank raises fixed rate for savers

United National Bank raises fixed rate for savers

Category: Savings

Updated: 22/02/2011
First Published: 21/02/2011

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United National Bank has increased the rate on its three year fixed deposit savings account by a staggering 1.25%.

Now paying 4.25%, the account is amongst the market leaders in the medium term market (as the interest is paid on maturity, the AER is 4.08%).

As is the case with most fixed term accounts, early access to funds is not allowed and additional investments are not permitted either.

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