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Bristol & West launches fixed rate bond range

Bristol & West has launched four fixed savings bonds, paying up to7.30 per cent over terms of between six months and three years.


There are two Direct Savings Bonds over six months and one year operated by post and two Easy Life Bonds over two and three years available through Bristol & West branches.


All feature a post maturity guarantee to ensure the rate is no more than one per cent below Bank Base Rate for two years following maturity.


Bristol & West group savings and investment manager Paul Vinnicombe says: “These rates are the good news savers have been waiting for, especially those relying on their savings for extra income who need to make every penny work effectively.”

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