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Abbey to raise SVR and base rate tracker by 0.25%

Abbey has raised its SVR and base rate tracker mortgages by 0.25% following the latest Bank of England rate hike.

Abbey&#39s standard variable mortgage rate will increase by 0.25% to 6.50%. Variable tracker rate mortgages, which automatically follow changes in the base rate, will increase by 0.25%. Rates will change at the beginning of July for existing borrowers and on June 14 for new business.

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