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There are mounting fears banks will start charging customers through negative interest on their savings.

It comes after it emerged Bank of Ireland plans to impose negative interest rates on money it holds as part of pension funds.

The bank will charge pension funds 0.65pc for cash its holds on deposit for the schemes from September.