Monday 17th January 2011
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Kiwibank is cutting the interest on one of its fixed rate mortgages, possibly just for a fortnight, as a means of "testing the market".
The bank today said it was dropping its one-year home loan rate from 6.45% to 6.15%, matching the bank's floating rate.
"It has been some time since there have been any significant changes to interest rates, so Kiwibank is testing the market with a cut-rate one-year offer. We anticipate holding the rate until the end of the month," Kiwibank communications manager Bruce Thompson said today.
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