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Sberbank Has Raised Rates On Deposits In US Dollars
22.10.2017 15:51
Sberbank Has Raised Rates On Deposits In US Dollars
(Source: https://villatheme.com)

Sberbank has raised rates on deposits in US dollars. The range of rate increases for the basic deposit line totalled 0.04-0.35 pps. The maximum rate on dollar-denominated deposits now totals 1.35% for the Save Online deposit, 1.15% for the Top-up Online deposit, and 0.8% for the Manage Online deposit.

      “Sberbank decided to increase rates on US dollar-denominated deposits to align its price offer with market rates,” said Acting Director of Sberbank’s Borrow and Save Division Maxim Stepochkin.


Sources: http://www.sberbank.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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