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I`m looking at transfering my cash ISA fron the Natwest to this TSB fixed term

ISA

I prefer a branch based account and we only have two banks where we are.

Can anyone see any catches?

I have more than enough to qualify for the maximum interest rate

Cheers

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Well if the BoE start following their principle remit, a fixed rate is probably not the best idea. Mind you, you are more likely to have your next flight delayed by a flock of flying pigs.

Go for it.

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Alot of people are opting for this at the present time as it is the best rate ISA on the market, especially if you think IRs are going to fall in the next few months which, so it seems, the US Fed and the BOE are intent on.

There is, however, inflation in the global economy and it is possible that IRs might rise dramatically towardst the end of the year. It is the great unknown though. Lower IRs have not saved let alone stimulated the US and UK economies.

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wouldn't Broon be applying a lot of pressure to keep IR's down up until the election ?

irrespective of the fact that they should be rising anyway

Edited by Bardon

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wouldn't Broon be applying a lot of pressure to keep IR's down up until the election ?

irrespective of the fact that they should be rising anyway

Yes. Which is happening in the US also many believe. However, I suspect politicians will find out this year that 'the Markets' are far more powerful than they are.

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wouldn't Broon be applying a lot of pressure to keep IR's down up until the election ?

irrespective of the fact that they should be rising anyway

yep and he'll cite 2% RPI to back up low IR

bardon- are you really a bull? or are you being sarcastic?

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Yes. Which is happening in the US also many believe. However, I suspect politicians will find out this year that 'the Markets' are far more powerful than they are.

The Us election is this year

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yep and he'll cite 2% RPI to back up low IR

bardon- are you really a bull? or are you being sarcastic?

Bullish about life in general :lol:

I am an Asian Bull not many of us but we have plenty to roar about

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I`m looking at transfering my cash ISA fron the Natwest to this TSB fixed term

ISA

I prefer a branch based account and we only have two banks where we are.

Can anyone see any catches?

I have more than enough to qualify for the maximum interest rate

Cheers

To my mind, wrapping a lot of money up long term in one place is not a good idea. However, as you asked the question, I would assume you have little idea where to place your money at the moment. That would lead me to believe that my first sentence is the only one that is relevant

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Is the cow not sacred in many asian countries?

Would the bull by default not also be sacred?

since you asked the asian bull is in fact an elephant

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since you asked the asian bull is in fact an elephant

I am more than aware of that as I'm sure you are more than aware of my statement and the context in which it was meant.

Are you telling me you are an elephant? No, I don't think so :rolleyes:

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I am more than aware of that as I'm sure you are more than aware of my statement and the context in which it was meant.

Are you telling me you are an elephant? No, I don't think so :rolleyes:

yes I am sacred

"To Get Rich is Glorious"

When Chinese Premiere Deng Xiaoping spoke these words back in 1993 that's when China unleashed an economic force unprecedented in modern history. That single, but pivotal, change in philosophy marked the beginning of China's relentless march to prosperity.

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