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Ns&i Reduce Savings Rates

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NS&I account

New lower rate from 12 September 2013

Income Bonds £500+ 1.75% gross / 1.76% AER 1.25% gross / 1.26% AER

Direct Saver £1+ 1.50% gross / AER 1.10% gross / AER

Direct ISA £1+ 2.25% AER 1.75% AER

The ISA, which I have will be moved elsewhere, can it get much lower, you bet!

Edited by Ungeared

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Interesting thought:

As NS&I's rates tend to zero, so does the attraction to depositors.

What I am saying is we cant be far from the bottom of all this, at the current rate of decline it would be two years max before they hit zero and no prize payouts for premium bonds.

Interestingly consumer loan rates are not going down so zopa seems to be the most attractive option.

P.S Anyone fancy lending me a grand so I can gamble on oil prices and stocks. I am sure that if I lost the government will underwrite YOUR loss.

Edited by Gone to Ireland.

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P.S Anyone fancy lending me a grand so I can gamble on oil prices and stocks. I am sure that if I lost the government will underwrite YOUR loss.

I would but I already lost it all on gold miners.

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