Principality BS has reduced selected rates, including on its two-year mortgage deal, which has entered the Best Buy chart for its sector and earned the highest Moneyfacts rating as a result.
Cambridge BS has launched a new 100-day business notice account, which has entered the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
Coventry BS has decreased the rate on its variable rate cash ISA, yet despite this it has remained competitive enough to stay in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high rating.
Yorkshire BS has amended its discounted variable rate mortgage, which now offers the lowest ever rate on the market, thereby easily taking the number one spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector and deservedly earning our highest rating.
Furness BS has increased selected rates by up to 0.20%, which sees its one and two-year ISAs enter the Best Buy charts for their respective sectors, earning a high rating at the same time.
Virgin Money has launched a new one-year fixed rate cash ISA which has entered the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
The Bank of London and the Middle East (BLME) has increased rates on selected fixed bonds by up to 0.15%, which sees its two and three-year deals strengthen their positions in the Best Buy charts for their sectors, earning a high rating in the process.
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