As the central bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve performs services for foreign central banks and for international organizations such as the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The Reserve Banks provide several types of services to these organizations, including maintaining non-interest-bearing deposit bank accounts (in U.S. dollars),
CD interest rates were, by and large, unchanged for the week. The best short term CD rates increased in yields slightly while long term CD rates moved lower. Overall, the average rate for the top ten best CD interest rates remained in check. The Selectcdrates.com composite CD rate which measures the top ten highest CD
Short and midterm certificate of deposit rates were in a state of suspended animation for the week ending September 4, 2009. All maturities of bank CD rates held steady with the exception of the long term bank CDs. The average of the best six month CD rates, one year CD rates and two year CD rates available
CD rates remained relatively stable in the most recent survey of the top national CD rates. The average CD rate, as measured by the rates on the best three month, six month, one year, two year and five year CD rates, was unchanged from the previous week. The Selectcdrates.com weekly CD rate survey showed the
Average interest rates on certificates of deposits moved modestly lower for the week ending March 12, 2010. Although the combined average rate for all bank CD terms measured in the weekly survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, the rate drop this week was quite mild with two of the four maturities measured showing
Prime rate is a term applied to a reference an interest rate that is utilized by banks and financial institutions for lending purposes.
The prime rate was a term originally used to identify the rate at which banks lend to their best and most favored customers, though this is no longer the case in general.
Bank CD rates were moderately lower for the week for the week ending October 29, 2009. The short term CD interest rates had the largest rate movement, unfortunately to the downside. Mid term CD rates were modestly higher and the long term, five year CD rates were down just slightly.
Six month CD rates that are
Bank certificate of deposit rates were mostly lower for the week ending December 11, 2009. The short term CD rates, six month and one year maturities, ended the week with lower yields while the average yields on the two year bank CDs was unchanged and the five year term CD interest rates managed to gain
Banks make money by accepting money from you and paying you interest on the money and then loaning it out a higher rate of interest. That sounds like a good way to make money, but banking is competitive and there is a bank on every corner trying to do the same thing.
So, banks have
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
Interest rates on bank CDs made another move towards the downside for the week ending March 8, 2013. Long-term certificates of deposit absorbed most of the downward momentum again this week with midterm CD rates showing little change and short term rates making a very modest move to the upside.
The average CD yield in the
Bank CD rates were just modestly lower for the week ending September 11, 2009. The short term, six month CD rates took the brunt of the pain while the one year and five year CD rates held steady and the two year CD rates showed a slight loss in yield.
The best six month CD rates
The highest CD interest rates available nationally were lower this past week; however the drop in interest rates for the top best bank rates was quite mild. The Selectcdrates.com index measuring the average rate for the top ten highest 3 month CD rates through five year CD rates was down by just .004 percent this
With the exception of the five year bank CD maturities, CD interest rates were little changed for the week ending February 24, 2012. Based on the most recent survey of CD rates conducted by Selectcdrates.com, the average interest rate offered on the top CD rates available nationally dropped by a very slim margin compared to
In the most recent survey of bank CD rates conducted by Selectcdrates.com, CD rates slumped slightly compounding last week’s similar dip. The average yield on the Selectcdrates.com CD rate index moved down to 1.081 percent from an average rate of 1.087 percent found in the previous rate survey. The Selectcdrates.com index covers the top ten