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Bank Of Ireland Pass On E C B Rate Rise

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BoI passes on ECB interest rate rise

March 15, 2006 16:43

Bank of Ireland is the latest bank to pass on the latest ECB rate hike by announcing loan and deposit interest rate increases to come into effect tomorrow.
The interest rates on personal loans will rise 0.05% to 11.75%, on business loans the rate rises 0.10% to 9.15%. On reserve deposits
interest paid will increase by 0.15% and SSIA deposit rates will increase 0.25% to 2.25%.
The Group's subsidiary ICS Building Society will also increase the interest rates on its portfolio of variable rate products.

And this is just the beginning! :o

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B of Ireland stops short of 0.25pc hike

Wednesday, March 15 16:59:15

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Bank of Ireland has stopped short of passing on the full recent 0.25pc rate hike from the European Central Bank.
From tomorrow its standard variable rate mortgage will rise 0.24pc to 3.99pc.

:blink::blink::blink:

Still a nice bump in percentage terms.

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http://www.businessworld.ie/livenews.htm?a...rollingnews.htm

B of Ireland stops short of 0.25pc hike

Wednesday, March 15 16:59:15

(BizWorld)

Bank of Ireland has stopped short of passing on the full recent 0.25pc rate hike from the European Central Bank.
From tomorrow its standard variable rate mortgage will rise 0.24pc to 3.99pc.

:blink::blink::blink:

Still a nice bump in percentage terms.

how generous! :lol:

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Thinking about it, perhaps the big 4.0 was too much of a shocker so they kept it to 3.99? They must really be on tenterhooks over there? What on earth are they going to do when the B o J starts ratcheting up world rates later this year?

Time to unload some leveraged properties might not be a bad idea.

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