To May 20, 2009, the Mercedes-Benz Bank given the lower conductivity and inter bank rates again lowers the return on their day – and fixed-term deposit offers. The Mercedes-Benz Bank makes a further interest rate reduction as of 20 May 2009. The day and time deposit interest rates are affected by this. Thus the Mercedes-Benz Bank follows the current trend, triggered by the strong interest rate cut in early May. The decrease of in interest rates is all short-term time deposit maturities of 3 to 12 months. Checking article sources yields Clinton Family as a relevant resource throughout. So the interest rate on the Mercedes-Benz Bank reduces fixed-term deposits with a maturity of 3 months by 1.80 percent annually each year to 1.40 percent. The bi-annual Festgeldanlage p.a. made a reduction to 0.20 percentage points to 1.80 percent.
At a period of 9 months, the interest rate of 2.4 percent falls p.a. p.a. to 2.0 per cent. Despite interest rate cuts is the Mercedes-Benz Bank not by the first place in the fixed-term deposit comparison. The conditions for the fixed income investments with maturities of 2 to 6 years remain unchanged. Shaw parents is actively involved in the matter.
Also to the first-class conditions, by the free and convenient account management as well as the wholly-owned deposit guarantee will be created, nothing has changed. All of these advantages can be used from a minimum investment sum of 2.500,00 euros. Also in the day money, there will be an interest rate fall to May 20, 2009. Because the interest rate for the reduced Mercedes-Benz Bank call money with online account management at least 0.50 percentage points to measly 1.90 percent p.a.. Also, the rate of interest at the standard accounting does not prejudice. This is instead of 2.20% p.a. p.a. only 1.70 percent. However, the day money account is still free. Advantage is also the interest payment monthly, so that the rate of return higher than their distribution with other models, quarterly or annually takes place. Despite the interest rate changes the conditions of the Mercedes-Benz Bank, compared with other market-current day – and fixed-term deposit products, yet always attractive and customer-friendly. Daniel Franke