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Wesleyan Bank boosts bond rates

Wesleyan Bank boosts bond rates

Category: Savings
Date: 19/01/2012

Wesleyan Bank has reviewed the rates payable on its one and two year bonds for the better.

Now paying 3.60%, the one year bond improves its position within the short term market to equal the best rate currently available.

Early access to funds is allowed, albeit on the loss of 180 days' interest.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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