Co-op rate increases; Smaller hikes to follow next month; Full licensing latest

Thursday, September 23rd 2021, 10:05AM

The Co-operative is the latest bank to increase pricing on six month to five year terms today. Its one year special goes to 2.85%, level with ASB and Westpac.

Banks are poised to raise interest rates further next month despite a recent wave of increases in recent weeks: [READ ON]

Slow progress so far on the journey towards full licensing. Here's what the FMA said after approving 80 FAP licenses: [READ ON]


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