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Save

To except, reserve, or exempt; as where a statute saves vested—fixed—rights. To toll, or suspend the running or operation of; as, to save the Statute of Limitations.

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The total savings held by the CDNS stood at Rs 1,150 billion by June 30, while the directorate had Rs 774 billion savings by the same date, a year ago, he said.
The MP2 Savings is Pag-IBIG Fund's voluntary savings program that yields higher dividends compared to the regular Pag-IBIG Fund Savings program.
This year, it took only six months for MP2 Savings collections to reach P4.66 billion, surpassing the total amount collected for the entire 2018.
As a result of their trust, Members' Savings collections breached the P40-billion mark.
In its share-purchase agreement with the Ropali group, one condition precedent for the closing of the transaction was the approval of the BSP along with the subsequent merger between City Savings and PR Savings.
Commenting on the campaign, Wasim Saifi, Deputy CEO - Consumer Banking and Wealth Management at Emirates Islamic, said: "We believe in encouraging our customers to secure their future through increased savings. By offering more rewards with our Savings Accounts, we hope to create greater opportunities for our customers, and I am confident that this campaign will be well-received by our customers."
Customers can choose from a range of accounts such as the Kunooz Savings account, E-savings account, Super Savings account or Investment Savings account.
Most of us know the importance of saving. However, not many of us are aware about World Savings Day, its history and World Savings Banks Institute among others, Private news channel reported.
SSBBank has now merged into Eaton Federal Savings Bank.
Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) raises interest rates up to 1.09 percent for national saving schemes.
The financial authorities are set to put the brakes on savings banks' "predatory lending" practices to low-income earners.