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.
Tesco Bank has increased the rate on its easy access with bonus savings account by 0.05%, which improves its position in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earns it a high rating at the same time.
Britannia has increased the rate on its easy access account by an impressive 0.30%, which sees it jump into the number two spot of the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high rating.
Announced in the Autumn Statement, the new three-year NS&I bond is finally here, and it unsurprisingly heads straight to the top of the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
Union Bank of India (UK) has increased the rate on its one-year fixed term deposit by an impressive 0.20%, which has enabled it to enter the Best Buy chart for its sector at a competitive place, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
Charter Savings Bank has launched a new notice account and increased rates by up to 0.61%, which sees its 18-month, one, two and three-year fixed bonds, as well as its easy access and 120-day notice accounts, all take up competitive positions within the Best Buy charts for their sectors and earn a high rating. Here highlighted are the bonds, but you can easily find all in the Best Buys.
Kent Reliance has increased rates across its savings range by up to 0.20%, which sees its easy access account, 60-day notice offer and one and two-year fixed rate bonds all become more competitive in their charts. Highlighted here is its easy access deal, which has entered the charts at number three and, along with the others, earned a high rating.
Santander has launched a new issue of its regular savings account, which has strengthened its number three spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector and once again earned it a high Moneyfacts rating.
Family BS has launched a new 18-month bond which has been deemed competitive enough to earn the coveted number two spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector, gaining a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
Shawbrook Bank has increased the rate on its five-year fixed rate bond by an impressive 0.35%, which sees it move into the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high rating.
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