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HSBC has increased the rate on its popular children’s account by up to 1.96%, seeing it storm up the... More
AA has increased the rate on its no notice savings account by 0.20%, seeing it storm up the Moneyfac... More
Nottingham Building Society has increased the rate on its easy access account by 0.09%, securing it ... More
West Brom Building Society has increased its five-year bond rate by 0.25%, achieving a top ten rate ... More
Market Harborough Building Society has revamped its savings range, launching two new fixed rate bond... More
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