CD interest rates declined just marginally for the week ending June 3, 2011. The Selectcdrates.com composite index which covers the highest three month CD rates, six month CD rates, one year CD rates, two year CD rates and five year CD rates descended by just .002 percent on the week. The index now
Certificate of deposit rates were down for the week ending April 9, 2010 across all maturities according to the most recent CD rate survey performed by SelectCDrates.com.
National CD rates were lower for all of the terms measured in the survey though the short term, 6 month CD rates, were down by only a very modest
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
Investors shopping for FDIC insured certificates of deposit nationwide saw some mild swings in the best CD rate averages for different terms. The short end of the curve dropped measurably from 2.22% average on the top 10 best six month CD rates last week to 2.14% this week. All other terms experienced a mild increase
CD interest rates were once again little changed over the past week. The best CD rates available nationally descended lower by a very small magnitude for the week ending July 22, 2011. The Selectcdrates.com CD rate index slipped by less than one basis point or 1/100th of a percent by week’s end. The CD rate
Bank certificate of deposit interest rates continued to move lower last week. All bank CD maturities turned lower with the exception of the long term, five year bank CDs.
Based on our most recent survey of the top ten best bank CD rates, the 6 month CD rates, one year CD rates and two year CD
CD interest rates offered by banks that are available nationally were little changed for the week ending September 25, 2009. Short term bank CD rates, six month and one year term CDs, were unchanged while the longer term CD rates, two year and five year terms, moved in opposite directions by a relatively very small
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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
CD rates were off just slightly for the week ending February 17, 2012. Based on current CD interest rate survey performed by Selectcdrates.com, the average CD rate among the best CD rates available nationally was lower by only 2/1000ths of a percent. The average CD rate in the survey is established with the Selectcdrates.com CD
Historically low rates on bank CDs continued again this week. Although CD interest rates were little changed by the close of the week, there were no CD terms that displayed an increase in rates and some terms ended with a mild decrease. While CD rates remain quite low, there is a wide discrepancy
The long term erosion in CD rates that has occurred through most of 2010 has received a pause this week based on the date form the most recent survey of bank CD interest rates performed by Selectcdrates.com.
A pause in CD interest rate returns is welcome relief for bank CD investors but is even more
If a person does not have overdraft protection, each time a check is bounced, they must pay an NSF (Nonsufficient Funds Fee). This is usually $35 per check, an amount that can significantly add up if the bouncing is done numerous amounts of times. And this happens whether the check bounced is $1,000
CD rates took a little swoon downwards after the March Fed meeting concluded this past week. As many economists and Fed watchers had expected, the Fed statement released at the close of the two day meeting removed the reference to the term patience as it applies to the Fed’s plans to change monetary policy in
Bank CD interest rates moved slightly higher at the end of the holiday shortened, first week of July. Long term rates led the move to the upside with shorter term CDs holding stable over the week. The rise in CD rates was instigated by the robust monthly jobs report released on Friday, July 5th which