As expected, the Federal Reserve announced another rate increase on March 15, 2017. The reaction by bank and bond rates to the Feds rate move was somewhat fickle. While some investors are becoming increasingly worried that the long trend of lower bank rates has been reversed, the impact in the bond and interest rate markets
Bank CD rates continued down a path of lower yields for the week ending July 3, 2009. Even though the expectations have been for higher CD rates, banks reduced the rates offered on the majority of certificates of deposit maturities. Bank CD yields presented on the highest bank rates moved lower across all CD terms
Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is the term used to express the annual rate of interest on an investment that takes into account the effect of compounding. Normally an investment is sold on the basis of a Nominal Interest Rate, but the nominal rate does not take into account the effect of earning interest
As mortgage rates moved closer to record lows and the stock market made a nasty turn to the downside, CD interest rates managed to show a slight uptick. The average CD rate available nationally measured by the Selectcdrates.com CD rate index was bumped up this past week by 6/1000ths of a percent. The CD rate
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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,
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
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.
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
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
Certificate of deposit interest rates were just fractionally lower for the week ending June 18, 2010 based on the survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com. National CD rates for the three month, six month and two year maturities ended the week unchanged from the prior week. The one year and five
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 rates held steady for the week ending September 18, 2009. Most all bank CD terms were left unchanged week over week with the exception of the one year term, bank CDs.
The average of the best one year CD rates fell by the smallest of measurements for the week, with the average one year CD
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