(PNB), the country’s second-largest state-owned lender, on Monday said it has reduced its repo-linked lending rate (RLLR) by 40 basis points (bps) to 6.65 per cent from 7.05 per cent.


The bank’s marginal cost of funds-based lending rate (MCLR) has also been revised downwards by 15 bps across all tenors.



The lender has cut its saving fund deposit rate by 50 bps with a maximum of 3.25 per cent, effective July 1, a release said.


It has further reduced its term deposit rates in various maturities bucket with a maximum rate of 5.50 per cent for deposits of specified maturities, effective Monday.

 



For senior citizen, it is offering a higher interest rate of 75 bps over applicable card rate for all maturities on domestic deposits up to Rs 2 crore.


Last week, (BOI) and had cut their external benchmark lending rate (EBLR), which is linked to the by 40 bps.


While BOI has revised its EBLR to 6.85 per cent, slashed its repo-based lending rate to 6.90 per cent.


The reduction in RLLR by lenders follows the Reserve Bank of India’s recent move to cut by 40 bps to 4 per cent from 4.40 per cent.




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