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Chelsea cuts interest rates on savings accounts

Chelsea Building Society is reducing interest rates on its investment accounts by 0.25 per cent to reflect the Bank of England&#39s base rate cut.


Its Bonus Fifty Account rate will drop to 6.3 per cent, Regular Income Shares to 5.17 per cent and Branch Instant Account to 4.65 per cent.

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