FD rates raised by Bank of India
By Neelima Shankar
Nov 2, 2010
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Public sector lender, Bank of India has increased rates of fixed deposits for different maturities. The rates have seen a rise by upto 75 bps.

The bank has raised its rates just ahead of the upcoming monetary policy on Thursday.

Deposits having tenor of 91-179 days have rates being raised by 75 bps to 6.25% for all deposits upto Rs 1 crore.

Interest rates for deposits maturing between 180-269 days have seen a 50 bps hike to 6.50%.

For deposits maturing between 270-364 days, it has been hiked by 75 basis points to 6.75 %. All deposits in the tenor of 1 year to less than 2 years will now fetch 7.5%, which is a 50 bps rise.

Deposit rates have also been raised by PNB.


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