Dena Bank cuts savings account interest rate by 0.5% on deposits up to Rs 25 lakh

With this, Dena Bank has joined a host of peer banks after the industry leader SBI started paying less on certain savings deposits

PTI August 21, 2017 16:50:21 IST
Dena Bank cuts savings account interest rate by 0.5% on deposits up to Rs 25 lakh

New Delhi: Public sector Dena Bank on Monday cut interest rate on savings account deposits up to Rs 25 lakh by 0.5 percent to 3.50 percent.

Those having deposits over Rs 25 lakh in their savings bank accounts will continue to get the existing interest of 4 percent.

Dena Bank cuts savings account interest rate by 05 on deposits up to Rs 25 lakh

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"Dena Bank has reduced the interest rate on savings bank account for balance up to Rs 25 lakh to 3.50 percent per annum from the existing rate of 4 percent per annum," Dena Bank said in a statement.

For deposits above Rs 25 lakh, the interest rate will remain unchanged at 4 percent per annum, it said.

With this, Dena Bank has joined a host of peer banks after the industry leader SBI started paying less on certain savings deposits.

State Bank of India (SBI) had cut interest rate on savings deposits on 31 July by 0.5 percent to 3.5 percent for deposits up to Rs 1 crore, the lowest rate being offered in six years.

HDFC Bank, Bank of Baroda, Punjab National Bank and Axis Bank, Yes Bank and Karnataka Bank are among the banks which cut their interest rate on savings accounts.

Dena Bank stock traded 1.59 percent down at Rs 30.85 on BSE.

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