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Interest rates on bank loans and savings products have jumped to the highest levels for the year going into the second week of June.  The ten year Treasury bon...(read more)

Massachusetts based BankGloucester has a CD rate promotion that tops the bank rate competition in the Bay State as well as those offered across the nation.  BankGloucester offers ...(read more)

Interest rates are rising as many world economies finally shift from economic crisis mode to recovery mode.  The U.S economy is gaining enough steam to push the Fed toward a rate ...(read more)

The new Citi Double Cash Card offers a new twist on earning cash rewards with credit card transactions.  Account holders earn 1% cash back on all purchases made with the new Citi ...(read more)

Interest earned on a savings account has to be reported as income on the account holder’s personal tax return.  Most interest paid out from a bank ...(read more)

Jumbo mortgage rates have taken another step lower as the supply for funding jumbo home loans is out pacing the demand for larger loans.  The nation’s largest bank mortgage lend...(read more)
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A weak jobs report has pushed interest lowers including bank CD rates.  The most recent economic reports led by the monthly jobs report has turned the tide on the string of improving economic data and brought into question the vitality of US economic recovery.  Slow growth generally leads to low levels of inflation, low loan
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
CD investors and savers had to endure some more pain over the past week as CD interest rates moved lower one more time this year.  The average bank CD rate as measured by the Selectcdrates.com CD rate index was lower by just over one basis point.  The average CD rate, per the CD rate index,
CD interest rates took a pretty big fall this past week.  Economic uncertainty combined with government debt problems in the U.S. and in Europe is the biggest dynamic influencing the direction of interest rates.  Based on the most recent economic figures and Fed statements, a slow economy looks to be in the forecast for some
Certificate of deposit rates for bank CDs available nationally were mostly lower with the exception of the long term CD rates which remained unchanged for the week ending May 29.  Though interest rates were not overly active among the different terms the end result and the long term trend has been an increasing spread between
Banks send them to their customers once a month through mail. Many customers, particularly those who use online banking, may throw them in the trash, but it’s best to give them at least one look-over for accuracy. Most consumers should keep their financial records, including bank statements, for a period of three years.
You probably have noticed that many brokerage houses are expanding into areas other than investments. This is a natural expansion for many brokers as money and banking become more virtual, and the new revenue streams help to offset the discounted prices for trades. You’re already invested with your broker, should you use him
Bank CD rates continued to show some downward pressure from slow economic growth abroad and geopolitical tensions in select hot points in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.  The downward pressure offsets underlying forces that should start to push CD rates higher.  Upward pressures sitting under the interest rate market includes the Fed’s reduction in
The best CD interest rates available nationally increased for the second consecutive week.  Based on the most recent survey of bank CD rates conducted by Selectcdrates.com the average rate found on the highest CD rates across multiple maturities increased by one basis point or 1/100th of a percent for the week ending June 22, 2012. 
CD interest rates retreated slightly to end the last week of November.  The average CD rate coming from the top ten highest rates available across a broad spectrum of maturities dipped by just 2/1000ths of a percent over the course of the week.  The average CD rate in the Selectcdrates.com index, which measures the best
According to this week’s survey of the top ten best certificate of deposit rates available nationally, performed by Selectcdrates.com, bank CD rates have now reached new lows for the year.  Bank CD interest rates were down for all terms or maturities again this week.   The average rate for the top ten highest 6 month bank 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
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
Bank rates tumbled modestly for the week ending July 29, 2011.  Unfortunately, CD interest rates absorbed a significant portion of the reductions seen in bank rates this past week.  The reduction in CD interest rates may appear relatively mild but when evaluated based on the existing low levels of bank CD rates; the interest rate
CD interest rates continued to slide further in 2010.  The average interest rate on bank CDs available nationally was down slightly on all maturities for the week ending February 12, 2010.  The rate activity among the best bank rates, however,was comparatively modest in light of the across the board drop in the average rates. The selectcdrates.com

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