National bank CD rates were a mixed bag for the week ending August 28, 2009. Overall, CD interest rates had dropped modestly during the week. The short term rates absorbing most all of the loss in yield, while the longer term rates gained ever so slightly.
The average for the best six month CD rates fell
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CD interest rates took a mild slide for the week ending August 31, 2012. The average CD rate in the Selectcdrates.com CD rate index dipped lower by a mere 3/1000ths of a percent. The CD rate index, which measures the average rate found on the top ten best three months CD rates, six month CD
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CD interest rates moved lower yet again. For CD investors, fortunately, the news wasn’t all bad. While Treasury rates and mortgage rates have dropped precipitously over the past two weeks, the best CD interest rates available nationally have dropped only modestly.
The average rate for the top ten best CD rates across all maturities measured in
CD interest rates endured a minor dip for the week ending December 2, 2011. The average CD interest rate as measured by the Selectcdrates.com weekly CD rate index turned lower by less than half of one basis point for the week. A one basis point change is equal to 1/100th of a percent. The Selectcdrates.com
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
CD interest rates made a minor dip lower during the second week of 2013. Individual CD maturities were mixed with some maturities pushing moderately higher while others retreated lower. The midterm CD rates were a fair bit lower but the overall reduction in the average CD rates was held back by the lack of the
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With the first full week of 2012 behind us, bank CD rates started up in the same direction they ended 2011, dropping down lower. The average bank CD rate in the Selectcdrates.com weekly CD rate survey slipped lower by one basis point or 1/100th of a percent. The average CD interest rate in the weekly
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
Bank rates moved lower for both borrowers and savers for the week ending April 26, 2013 based on the most recent survey of bank rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com. CD interest rates were down slightly for the week with the majority of the losses in yield coming on the long term maturities.
Based on the current survey,
There is little to report regarding CD interest rate changes for the week ending December 23, 2011. Bank savings rates and CD rates seemed to be held in suspended animation as there were hardly any alterations in the top CD rates available nationally across most all bank CD terms.
The average CD rate measured by the
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For yet another week, CD interest rates headed lower. The average rate on the top ten best CD rates available nationally decreased by .013 percent to a rate of 1.252 percent for the week ending September 9, 2011. The reduction of 0.013 percent is certainly not insignificant based on the current low average rates, but