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Norwich & Peterborough hikes interest on fixed rate bonds

Norwich & Peterborough is increasing its savings rates across its range of fixed rate bonds and its fixed rate mini-cash Isa and Tessa only Isa.


The rate increases range from 0.2 per cent on its Isa funds to 0.4 per cent for annual interest on its one year fixed rate bond.


The new rates will take effect from September 22.

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