Fixed-rate bonds continue to tumble with top one-year deal now paying just 1%



Fixed-rate bonds continue to tumble, with the top rate in the High Street for new savings at just 1 per cent fixed for one year.
And only one major provider — Skipton BS — is offering this rate. Nationwide and Leeds are among the top payers, even though they pay a lowly 0.95 per cent.
Top deals don’t stay around long. Newcastle BS’s one-year bond at 1.2 per cent was on sale for just three days before it was shut to new savers this week.
If you are prepared to buy bonds online, you can earn nearly two-fifths more interest. 
Charter Savings Bank pays 1.38 per cent fixed for 12 months or a... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Business, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail
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