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Norwich & Peterborough reveal Isa range


Norwich & Peterborough Building Society has unveiled its range of Isa accounts.


The range consists of a mini-Isa paying a variable rate of 6.75 per cent, with an added guarantee to be at least the equal to the UK bank base rate until April 5, 2001 and then no lower than 2 per cent below it thereafter


Two Tessa only Isas are available on either a fixed or variable rate basis. The variable, has a rate of 6.75 per cent and carries the same guarantees as its mini equivalent. The fixed rate is 5 per cent for five years.


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