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Rates drop on children’s bonus bonds

Rates on National Savings and Investments’ next issue of children’s bonus bonds is dropping from 4.45 to 4 per cent.
The rate on the next tranche, launching on 1 February, reflects continued weakness in the gilt market. The rates had previously been at 4.45 per cent since August.

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