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Ulster Bank cuts variable mortgage rate

Ulster Bank has become the first Irish bank to declare plans to pass on the cut in interest rates announced by the European Central Bank yesterday.

6th July, 2012

Ulster Bank has become the first Irish bank to declare plans to pass on the cut in interest rates announced by the European Central Bank yesterday.

Earlier, AIB said it would not change its standard variable mortgage rate.

Bank of Ireland, Permanent TSB and KBC Bank have said they are keeping their variable rates under review.

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