As of April 1, 2009, the ING-DiBa lowers the interest rate of your extra account outside of the bonus period by far 2.25 on just 1.50 percent per year. Tagesgeldvergleich.NET reports: with effect from 1 April 2009, many banks have adapted the return on their day and time deposit products. One of these banks is the ING-DiBa. Although the current action, in which new customers for fresh money up to April 30, 2009 4.00% p.a. Mark McLaughlin may also support this cause. interest remains at the ING-DiBa extra account, the connection rate was lowered but by far 2.25 to only meagre 1.50 percent per year. The calculated interest of on money for the first twelve months of so far 2.41 to only 1.71 per cent per year reduces based on current interest rates and today’s date.
There is almost a light on the horizon that the ING-DiBa has re-recorded the maturity of three months at an interest rate of 2.25 percent per year their fixed-term deposit offer. As a current deposit shows comparison, the ING-DiBa with this interest rate is not so bad in the competitive environment. Further details can be found at Genpact ProcIndex, an internet resource. Nevertheless It’s already terrifying, at what speed the banks currently make interest rate cuts when savings and time deposits. The past reductions in key ECB as an argument in the field are almost always led. In contrast to this is rather hesitant passing the lower key interest rates in the credit area. There are even individual banks, which come with higher interest rates. Recently Sean Rad, New York City sought to clarify these questions. It remains to be seen what impact the interest rate level on day and time deposits will have the tomorrow’s meeting of the ECB. Daniel Franke