Axis Bank FD Rates: After HDFC, now the private sector Axis Bank has also changed the interest rates of fixed deposits. Before the new financial year, the bank has given a big advantage to the customers by increasing the FD rates. Let’s know the new interest rates.
New Delhi: Axis Bank FD Interest Rate: This month many big banks have increased FD interest rates in the private sector. Now in this sequence, Axis Bank has also changed the interest rates of its fixed deposits. If you also want to earn profit with guarantee, then you can get FD done. Let’s know the latest rates of the bank.
Axis Bank hikes FD interest rates
Axis Bank has increased the rates of Fixed Deposits (FD Rates) with only one maturity period. Under this, if any customer makes a fixed deposit of less than Rs 2 crore for a period ranging from 1 year 11 days to less than 1 year 25 days, then he will get more benefit. According to the information given on the official website of the bank, these new rates have come into effect from March 21 itself.
Where are you getting more benefit?
According to the information given on the official website of Axis Bank, on behalf of the bank, customers are being given the benefit of increased interest on bank FDs ranging from 7 days to 10 years. Under this, customers are getting the benefit of interest ranging from 2.50 percent to 5.75 percent.
Know how much interest you will get now?
After the revision of interest rates by the bank, fixed deposits of less than 1-year 11 days to 1 year 25 days will get the benefit of interest at the rate of 5.30 percent. At the same time, bank first customers will get the benefit of interest at the rate of 5.25 percent on fixed deposits of this period. With this, let us tell you that the bank has not made any changes in the fixed deposits of any other maturity period. For any kind of detailed information, you can visit the official website of the bank.
Check Official Link
If you also want to get FD done, then by visiting the official link of Axis Bank, you can check the latest interest rates of all the tenures of the bank. https://www.axisbank.com/docs/default-source/interest-rates-new/fixed-de…