1, 2, 3 or 5 year fixed rate Cash ISA - What to go for

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  • Albermarle
    Albermarle Posts: 21,961 Forumite
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    With Nationwide today having significantly reduced the interest rates available on all its fixed rate accounts (including fixed rate cash ISAs)

    Yes a drop of 0.35% to 5.25% is quite significant, considering the outlook for inflation and interest rates is quite uncertain and others are still offering around 5.6%

    However the 5.6% for a 2 year ISA from a 'big name' was very near the top of the table, and presumably attracted quite a lot of funds, so may have been pulled for that reason.

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