Rate decreases across the majority of Bank of Ireland savings accounts
Interest rate cuts across Regular Saver accounts, Term Notice accounts, Standard Demand Deposit accounts and Smart Access accounts.
Rate decrease on the Online Regular Saver (€0 - €50,000) and on the Children's Safari Saver Account (€0 - €19,999)
AER Rate decrease across all Permanent TSB savings accounts
AER/Gross rate on the KBC Extra Regular Saver Account reduced from 2.5% to 2.25%.
AER/Gross rate on KBC’s 35 Day Notice Account Account reduced from 0.65% to 0.50%
12 Month Fixed Term Deposit reduced from 0.60% to 0.20%
Rate increase on 12-Month fixed term (0.01% to 0.10%) and 18-Month fixed term (0.05% to 0.10%).
Rate decrease on 'Online Fixed Term Deposit' (0.30% to 0.10%) and '24-Month Fixed Term' (0.20% to 0.10%)
Ulster Bank's '12-Month Fixed Term Deposit' account rate increased from 0.20% to 0.60%
In the last three months, there has been 1 adjustment to the savings accounts market.
The most recent rate change was announced by Bank of Ireland on 22 February, 2019, which we consider to be negative for the consumer. The summary of the change is: "Rate decreases across the majority of Bank of Ireland savings accounts."
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