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Tesco Fixed Rate Bonds On The Rise, Ir Must Be Near Rising.

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Nationwide have a loyalty bond offer that was up to 2%, didn't look at the details but Nationwide don't normally do anyone any favours so figured they must have been tipped the wink.

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Noticed Tesco fixed rate bonds have gone up, i wonder if they know something about Interest Rates rising.

more likely signifies an end to backdoor free bank of England mone.

savings rates much higher before FLS

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I have question about interest rates and mortgage rates the housepricecrash maybe able to answer

my mortgage rate is fixed at 3.44% for 10yrs. I fully intend to overpay mortage and end of year. and the best rate i can find currently is 5% in current accounts for up to 2500

What happens if common garden savings account pays more interest than my mortgage. Do i pay down mortgage earlier or do i keep it in savings account? This could happen in a few years time.

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Nationwide have a loyalty bond offer that was up to 2%, didn't look at the details but Nationwide don't normally do anyone any favours so figured they must have been tipped the wink.

The Tesco 2 year bond is 2.25% so Loyalty to the Nationwide not paying off and as you say they are not doing anyone any favors.

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