Certificate of deposit rates managed to shift even lower for the week ending Nov 6, 2009. Bank CD rates with a six month maturity and CD rates with a two year maturity held steady while the one year rate dropped modestly and the five year fell considerably.
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CD rates held steady for the week ending September 18, 2009. Most all bank CD terms were left unchanged week over week with the exception of the one year term, bank CDs.
The average of the best one year CD rates fell by the smallest of measurements for the week, with the average one year CD
National certificate of deposit rates once again moved lower for the week ending July 16, 2010. According to the most recent survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, CD interest rates were lower for three of the five CD maturities measured and remained unchanged for the remaining two terms.
The average of the top
Bank certificate of deposit rates were mostly lower again this past week. All bank CD terms experienced falling interest rates on the week with the exception of the five year maturity which remained unchanged. The one year and two year CD rates were especially hard hit based on the weekly survey of bank rates performed
Bank certificate of deposit rates were lower on all maturities for the week ending November 27, 2009. CD interest rate reductions for the average of the best bank rates were relatively modest, albeit from relatively low current yields. The long term bank CD rates, five year term CDs, as well as well as the short
Banks, like credit cards and brokers before them, are hoping their customers stay safely unaware of what the financial industry actually entails. Fortunately for banks, most customers are living up to the industries very low expectations. The vast majority of banks, especially those with large downtown offices and football stadiums, don’t operate with
Certificate of deposit interest rates fell across all maturities for the week ending April 2, 2010. After a week of marginal reductions in bank rates, the most recent week saw the average yield on the highest CD rates available nationally take a fairly sizeable tumble based on the survey of the top ten best CD
Bank rates fell…….through the floor this week. Fortunately, the full impact was not absorbed in CD interest rates although, in the coming days bank CD rates are sure to drop further. The European debt crisis not only refused to go away but appears to be bigger than ever. The combination of more problems with European
Certificate of deposit rates continued their multi week descent with the week of June 12, 2009 ending on another down note. The average of the best national bank CD rates dropped for all terms with the exception of the long term, five year CD rates. Though mortgage rates rose rather substantially for the week and
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CD rates advanced mid June in the midst of political uncertainty in the Middle East. Rates did not move significantly higher but in light of the trouble brewing in Iraq and Syria combined with the continued tensions in Ukraine; rising interest rates would not normally be the outcome one would expect.
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CD rates crawled slightly higher after markets concerns over the government debt ceiling, a government shutdown, Mideast tension, Obama Care, NSA spying, dramatic increases in domestic oil production and more Miley Cyrus antics appeared to pass us by without a major incidence. The credit and fixed income markets saw quite a bit of volatility during
The best certificate of deposit rates had mixed results for the week ending October 16, 2009. Shorter term CD rates rose along with long term CD rates while the midterm rates pushed lower.
The best six month CD rates gained ground with the average yield moving higher by the close of the week. The average of
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The best bank CD rates available nationally were virtually unchanged for the week ending June 7, 2013. While many bank rates bounced around during the week, a week that delivered the widely watched monthly employment report, bank CD rates showed little energy. The average CD rate measured by the SelectCDrates.com CD rate index was bumped