January saw a record withdrawal of cash from banks according to the BBA.
A massive £2.3 billion was withdrawn as savers gave up on the shambles that has become the government's bank bailout and interest rate policy.
A popular destination was corporate bond funds yielding around 4%, although the capital is not secure. Analysts are predicting that corporate bonds are potentially going to have double digit growth for the next couple of years before returning to normal.
I wonder how much longer the government and the BOE will continue with this low interest rate policy, which is robbing savers (who did the right thing) of their interest.