Horizon Bank is offering free credit cards online for a limited time.
The online card provider, which is also one of the most popular banks in the US, announced on its blog on Thursday that it was giving customers who are members of its Preferred Checking account a free card to use for one month.
The promotion ends on August 4, but if you sign up today, you can receive your card with no restrictions.
Horizon’s customers can access the free credit through its website and its mobile app.
The new offer is one of many Horizon offers that offer customers free credit, and some of them offer discounts on credit card purchases, which can be worth hundreds of dollars per month.
The company has been expanding its online banking offering since its launch in the fall of 2018, which means its customers can now take advantage of some of its other services.
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The S&P 500 index was up 0.6%.
The decision to end the $85 billion bond-price-support program, which began in March, came after the markets started to rally on Tuesday after Fed chair Janet Yellen said she would ease monetary policy and boost spending.
The Fed’s decision came as Yellen and Fed chair Stanley Fischer both said that the Fed is likely to hike rates this year and in the future.
The Fed has already signaled it would start cutting rates at a rate of 0.25% next month, which would bring the central banks inflation rate in line.
The dollar rose to 113.75 yen from 110.25 yen earlier in the day.