MoneYou verhoogt spaarrente naar 2,6%

Datum: 16-5-2011    Schrijver: Uw-spaarrente.nl    Aantal reacties: 906

MoneYou heeft de variabele spaarrente op haar spaarrekening verhoogt tot 2,6%. Naast de verhoging van de spaarrente op de spaarrekening heeft MoneYou ook de spaarrente op haar deposito met een looptijd van 6 maanden verhoogt. De spaarrente op deze spaardeposito met 6 maanden bedraagt vanaf vandaag 2,7%. Dit meldt de consumentensite Uw-spaarrente.nl.

Spaarrente op spaarrekening en spaardeposito
Met een spaarrente van 2,7% biedt Moneyou een aantrekkelijk alternatief voor spaarrekeningen. Als enige bank biedt Moneyou een spaardeposito aan met een looptijd van 6 maanden die een hogere rente biedt dan op op een gewone spaarrekening. De hoogste spaarrente op een gewone spaarrekening zonder voorwaarden bedraagt op dit moment 2,6% en wordt aangeboden door WestlandUtrecht Bank, Centraal beheer en dus ook sinds vandaag door Moneyou.

Spaarrente vastzetten?
Door de verhoging van de spaarrente op haar 6-maands deposito biedt MoneYou een aantrekkelijk alternatief voor een spaarrekening op de korte termijn. De vraag is of het verstandig is om uw spaarrente op dit moment al vast te zetten. De verwachting is dat de komende maanden de banken hun spaarrente zullen verhogen. De redenen voor het verhogen van spaarrente zijn een stijgende inflatie en Euribor.

Spaarente vergelijken
Wilt u weten welke bank voor u de hoogste rente biedt? Vergelijk dan zelf de spaarrente van alle banken in Nederland.

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