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GE Money hikes home loan rate

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Mumbai, April 4

GE Money, the consumer finance unit of General Electric Company, has hiked its floating home loan rate by 0.75 per cent. The revision is with effect from April 1. According to the company's release, the rate increase is on account of an increase in the benchmark floating reference rate by 0.75 per cent.

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