Mumbai: Public sector lenders, Union Bank of India (UBI) and Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) revised their deposit rates on FCNR accounts (foreign currency non-deposit accounts) with maturity of one-five years from Monday.
As per the revised rates announced by Union Bank, the deposit rates have been revised downwards by 4-12 basis points on 1-5 year maturity in dollar-denominated accounts.
Similarly, rates have also been revised for FCNR accounts in the euro, pound, Australian and Canadian dollars among others.
This is the second revision of deposit rates by the bank on FCNR accounts after September.
Another public sector lender, Orinetal Bank of Commerce has also revised its deposit rates on FCNR accounts on one to five year maturities effective from today.
According to the bank, the rates have been revised by 1-12 basis points on the dollar denominated accounts.
Earlier, country's largest lender-SBI and Central Bank of India had also revised rates effective from September.
First Published: Monday, October 01, 2012, 18:09