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NEWS FLASH

NEWS FLASH

The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has announced another increase to the base rate – and more increases are predicted, which should be good news for savers. This means there will potentially be a high number of rate changes to some new and existing savings accounts. Although we don’t expect all savings accounts to change we will have to wait and see what the providers do. Of course, we will be keeping our Best Buy tables up to date and we will also be keeping a close eye on all rate changes to existing savings accounts. Take a look at our article for more information.

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