interest rate web service

Hello,
  I need to add a listing of competitor's interest rates onto a banks website.  Does anyone know if there is anything out there - a web service or something to call to grab the current interest rates for different banks?  I hope to write this in php.

Thanks!
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QPRCommented:
Check this page (I'm not an affiliate I just found it while looking for a web service that fit your needs). http://www.bankrate.com/broadcast/partners/examples.asp there is an email link at the foot of the page. Perhaps they have something to offer?
Good luck
Jay
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JGoyerAuthor Commented:
I have sent an email to them with no response just yet.  They are not sure (!!) if they do such a thing.
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QPRCommented:
ok let us know how you get on!
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