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Nationwide International – Savings Accounts update

Nationwide International – Savings Accounts update

Update: New range of savings accounts launched: Sterling Bonus Access account paying up to 2.4% gross a year, Sterling Bonus 1+ account paying up to 2.55% gross a year, Sterling Bonus 95 account paying up to 2.65% gross a year, Euro Bonus Access account paying up to 2.35% gross a year, US Dollar Bonus Access account paying up to 1.6% gross a year

Contact: www.nationwideinternational.com

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