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NS&I increases fixed rate terms

National Savings & Investments has announced its is increasing the rates on its range of fixed rate products by up to 0.35 per cent.

The move follows rises in gilt yields, which affect the rates for fixed term investments.

Products affected include its Children&#39s Bonus Bonds, Capital Bonds, range of one, three and five year fixed bonds and its one, two and five year pensioners bonds.

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