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01.01.2010 HiSave 3 year fixed rate bond 4.70%

July 2009  Even though UK interest rates are only 0.5% some great new savings accounts have been launched. Alliance and Leicester are offering 3.15% on an instant access savings account, ICICI are offering as much as 4.60% on their fixed rate bonds and Nationwide are offering savers as much as 5.00% on the new e-bonds.
The table below will let you compare the best savings accounts so you can get the highest interest rates on your savings accounts.

Compare the highest interest rates available on savings accounts below.

All the Savings Accounts and Fixed rate bonds shown are covered under the UK's FSCS and can be applied for online.

SAVINGS ACCOUNT PROVIDER
INTEREST AER
DETAILS
INTEREST PAYMENT
MINIMUM INVESTMENT
FURTHER INFORMATION
ICICI BANK
4.70%
3 YEAR FIXED RATE BOND
ANNUALLY
OR
MONTHLY
1,000
 

ICICI BANK

4.50%

4 YEAR FIXED RATE BOND

ANNUALLY
OR
MONTHLY

1,000

 
ICICI BANK
4.25%
2 YEAR FIXED RATE BOND
ANNUALLY
OR
MONTHLY
1,000
 

PRINCIPALITY BUILDING SOCIETY

2.85%

INSTANT ACCESS SAVINGS ACCOUNT

ANNUALLY

1

 

ABBEY

2.50%

INSTANT ACCESS INTERNET SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

ANNUALLY

£1

HSBC

0.75% (including bonus)

INSTANT ACCESS WITH BONUS IF NO WITHDRAWALS MADE

MONTHLY

1

The interest rates paid on savings accounts are fluctuating all the time and the savings accounts paying the highest interest rates available tend to be removed quite quickly once the bank all building society has generated the additional savers funds that they are after. The compare savings accounts rates above are correct at the 13/01/2010.

* ING Direct Savings accounts are covered under the Dutch Financial Services Compensation Sceme.

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