The Federal Funds Rate is the interest rate at which private financial institutions such as banks lend their reserves held at the Federal Reserve to other financial institutions overnight for short term needs.
A bank or other financial institution lends out most of the money deposited with it but also is obligated by law to keep
CD rate cuts on the nation’s best CD rates seem to be coming to an end and perhaps the bottom of the market has finally been reached. In the most recent survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrtaes.com on April 27, CD interest rates displayed a slight uptick in the average rate for all
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,
After ending the month of March on an up note, CD rates moved marginally lower to kick off the month of April. The average yield in the SelectCDrates.com CD rate index moved lower by 2/1000ths of a percent for the most recent bank CD rate survey conducted on April 5, 2013. The CD rate index
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
Certificate of deposit rates continued their multi week descent with the week of June 12, 2009 ending on another down note. The average of the best national bank CD rates dropped for all terms with the exception of the long term, five year CD rates. Though mortgage rates rose rather substantially for the week and
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
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The best certificate of deposit rates available nationally remained in a tight range for the week ending May 15 and mostly followed the direction of similar interest bearing securities. The average on short term, six month and one year CD, rates dipped down marginally while the longer term CD rates increased more notably to end
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.
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
Certificate of deposit rates managed to shift even lower for the week ending Nov 6, 2009. Bank CD rates with a six month maturity and CD rates with a two year maturity held steady while the one year rate dropped modestly and the five year fell considerably.
The average of the best six month CD 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
This week, CD interest rates moved downward by a very small margin. Based on the current survey of bank CD rates from Selectcdrates.com, there were some minor loss in the average yield for the six month and five year CDs while the one year and two year rates remained unchanged.
The average yield on
Bank certificate of deposit rates were lower on the short term maturities once again while the longer term CD rates showed mixed results for the week. Six month maturities and one year maturities were all lower in yield while the two year term CD was unchanged and the five year maturities experienced an increase in