Negative interest rates: These banks are longing for the *** BILDplus content *** economy

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High negative interest rates nibble at savings

These rip-off banks
long to be hardest


Foto: picture-alliance/ dpa

On the one hand, inflation is gnawing at the money of savers – on the other hand, the banks.

501 of the 1,300 financial institutions demand a so-called custody fee for money in the current account from their customers – usually at the rate of 0.5 percent per year.

BUT: Almost 20 financial institutions set the penalty rate higher than the ECB (0.55 to 1.00 percent)!

The list of rip-off banks – with BILDplus.

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