By Linda Hall • 25 January 2023 • 13:10
FIXED DEPOSITS: Spain pays less than its eurozone neighbours
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With a two-year fixed deposit account paying an averaging 0.69 per cent compared with the eurozone’s 1.20 per cent average, statistics office Eurostat found Spain trailing its neighbours by an average 73 per cent.
The difference over longer periods widened to 86 per cent, with Spain averaging 0.97 per cent compared to Eurozone’s 1.81.
Italy and the Netherlands pay most on a 24-month fixed deposit account, averaging a 1.8 per cent yield, followed by Estonia (1.73 per cent) and Finland (1.63 per cent). At the other end of the scale, Cyprus pays just 0.11 per cent, followed by Greece (0.20 per cent) and Portugal (0.35 per cent).
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