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Doubts over new 'leading' savings deal announced in Budget

Published on Friday 10th of March 2017 10:37:00 AM in BBC

A "market-leading" savings deal - announced by the chancellor in the Budget - is likely to be bettered soon, experts suggest.Philip Hammond said a three-year bond will be offered through National Savings and Investments from April.It will pay interest of 2.2% a year - matching the ...

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