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Taxpayer-backed RBS-NatWest bank hikes mortgage rates for 200,000 customers

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Friday, 2 March 2012

Royal Bank of Scotland has hiked mortgage rates for 200,000 of its customers as banks start to pass on the soaring cost of borrowing on wholesale markets.
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