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
Bank CD interest rates continued to creep lower in this week’s interest rate survey of the top banks and thrifts across the nation. Based on the most recent survey of bank CD rates performed by SelectCDrates.com, certificate of deposit rates were lower on all maturities with the exception of the two year term bank CDs,
Competition among the top ranked bank CDs has reached levels not seen for more than a year or two. Over the past few weeks, rates have risen on the long end of the CD yield curve including the two year and five year maturities. Now, rates are heating up on the shorter term CD accounts.
Bank certificate of deposit rates were little changed for the week ending June 4, 2010. Based on the most recent survey of CD interest rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, the average rate for all bank CD maturities measured were unchanged with the exception of the two year term.
The average yield on the short
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.
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The intense stock market volatility surfacing late this summer has done little to impact bank and credit union certificate of deposit rates. While the stock market has seen days in which the major indices have moved by multiple percentage points from the open to the close, CD rates have showed little volatility continuing a mostly
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
Resuming the trend that has been prevalent throughout most of 2010, national CD interest rates were down, on average, for the week ending May 28, 2010. National average certificate of deposit rates at banks and credit unions marched lower this week on the short and long end of the CD yield curve. Bank
Each day, the Reserve Banks that are part of the Federal Reserve System process a large number of payment transactions resulting from the Reserve Banks’ role in providing payment services to banks and depository institutions. Because depository institutions in the aggregate generally hold a relatively small amount of funds overnight in their Reserve Bank accounts,
There was little change among the top CD rates available nationwide for the week ending February 22, 2013. The recent survey of the best CD rates performed by SelectCDrates.com indicated that the average CD rate across multiple maturities was reduced by just 4/1000ths of a percent from the previous week. The average CD rate in
The best national CD rates stayed within a tight range for the week ending April 24, 2009. The short term rates increased slightly, with the six month term CD rates bumping up two basis points while the one year CD rates dropped by two basis points, a basis point is 1/100 of a percent. Mid
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
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.
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
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