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NatWest increases SVR to 5.84%

NatWest Mortgage Services is increasing its standard variable rate by 0.25% to 5.84%, effective from December 1 2003 for new and existing customers.

The interest rates on the NatWest One current account mortgage will also increase by 0.25% to between 4.85% and 5.45% with immediate effect. The interest rate charged on NatWest&#39s Flexible Choice mortgage product will increase to 4.99% on December 1.

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