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C&G raises its rates

Cheltenham & Gloucester has raised its rates for the second time in three weeks.

The lender is putting up its rates for new customers by as much as 0.6%.

For example, the increase takes the rate on its two-year fixed deal, with an LTV of 90%, from 5.99% to 6.49%.


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