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Sun Bank cuts mortgage rate but leaves savers unaffected

Sun Bank says lenders should be able to cut rates for borrowers without slashing rates for savers.


Head of sales & marketing Chris Cummings says: &#34We have been able to cut our standard variable rate by 0.24 per cent without reducing the rates we offer our savers. I&#39m not sure why other lenders have not done the same.&#34

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