Canara Bank revises fixed deposit rates by up to 1%
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State-owned Canara Bank today raised fixed deposit rates by up to 1 per cent on select maturities.
However, the interest rate has been brought down by 0.5 per cent on one maturity slab (180-269 days) to 7.5 per cent from 8 per cent.
Interest rates on 1-2 years and 3-5 years fixed deposits have been raised by 0.55 per cent to 9.05 per cent, Canara Bank said in a statement.
Fixed deposits between 270 days and 1 year will earn 1 per cent higher interest. The new rate would be 9 per cent against existing rate of 8 per cent, it said.
Interest rate on 5-10 years deposits has been raised by 0.55 per cent to 9.05 per cent.
The new rates would be effective from tomorrow.
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