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Nationwide International – US Dollar, Base Rate Tracker and Sterling Savings Accounts

US Dollar, Base Rate Tracker and Sterling Savings Accounts

Update: Interest rates on Sterling Savings Accounts and Base Rate Tracker increased by 0.25%, now at 0.75%-4.35% a year or 3.75%-4.4% a month. Interest rates on US Dollar Savings Account increased by 0.25%, now at 3.05%-3.65%

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