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Cheltenham & Gloucester – Two Year Fixed Rate Bond (inserted 21/10/99)

Type: Two-Year fixed rate bond



Minimum-maximum investment: £500-£3,000



Interest rates: 6.5% gross a year



Term: Until October 31, 2001



Offer period: Until further notice



Withdrawal penalties: 120 days&#39 gross interest



Tel: 0800 717505

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