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Scottish Building Society cuts mortgage rate


Scottish Building Society has cut its mortgage base rate by 0.15 per cent.


The cut reduces the Society&#39s base rate to 6.6 per cent from 6.75 per cent. It is applicable to both new and existing customers, and takes immediate effect.

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