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Bank of Cyprus UK launches competitive online account paying 1.05%

Published on Thursday 20th of April 2017 12:15:27 PM in Guardian

The Bank of Cyprus has launched an online savings account paying 1.05%, making it one of the top-paying instant access accounts currently available.While many savings accounts are paying a paltry 0.15%, the Bank of Cyprus’s rate of 1.05% relies on a bonus – a variable underlying ...

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