By:  30-Sep-2011
Keywords: Financial Services, Banking, Loans

 The price war around fixed rates shows no signs of abating, with yet more lenders slashing the interest on their products.
Yesterday, ING DIRECT once again took a sword to its fixed rates, cutting its three year fixed rate home loan to 6.29 per cent p.a.
St.George Bank cut its three year fixed home loan rate by 0.15 per cent to 6.39 per cent p.a. for Advantage Package customers.
The trend of fixing loans is strong amid sharemarket turmoil and uncertainty over interest rates in general

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