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Fixed Term Rates (ANZ) effective 24.11.08

Friday 21 November: We advise the following changes to housing rates.

ANZ

Fixed Term Rates (ANZ) - effective 9am Monday 24 November.

Term Current Rates Changes New Rates
6 months 8.50% -0.85 7.65%
1 year 8.20%/7.90% -0.60 7.30%
18 months 8.20% -0.90 7.30%
2 years 8.20% -0.60 7.60%
3 years 8.35% -0.60 7.75%
4 years 8.50% -0.45 8.05%
5 years 8.60% -0.40 8.20%

The National Bank

Fixed Term Rates (The National Bank) - effective 9am Monday 24 November.

Term Current Rates Changes New Rates
6 months 8.50% -0.85 7.65%
1 year 8.20%/7.90% -0.60 7.30%
18 months 8.20% -0.90 7.30%
2 years 8.20% -0.60 7.60%
3 years 8.35% -0.60 7.75%
4 years 8.50% -0.45 8.05%
5 years 8.60% -0.40 8.20%


For a full list of rates please refer websites (updated 9am Monday 24
November)

ANZ: http://www.anz.co.nz/ratefee/interest.asp

The National Bank:
http://www.nationalbank.co.nz/personal/ratesandfees/rates/default.aspx

ENDS

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