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A bank, often with branches, that is locally owned and operated, and is not part of a bank holding company.
This time of year it’s nice to bring in promotions by banks in market areas not normally covered. One such bank is Commerce Bank of Wyoming. Commerce bank of Wyoming has a promotion for a 27 month certificate of deposit that has an interest rate of 4.00%. This particular CD is a step up CD.
CD rates took a little swoon downwards after the March Fed meeting concluded this past week. As many economists and Fed watchers had expected, the Fed statement released at the close of the two day meeting removed the reference to the term patience as it applies to the Fed’s plans to change monetary policy in
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Saigon National Bank is a locally owned community bank devoted to serving the financial needs of the Vietnamese business community in Southern California. Saigon National Bank provides various personal and commercial banking products and services in California. Saigon National Bank was established on November 30, 2005 and has been FDIC insured since November 30, 2005.
As part of our research in the banking industry we occasionally peruse The Oklahoman to see what local banks may be advertising. In the December 7, 2008 Sunday edition of The Oklahoman there stands a display ad for MidFirst Bank. MidFirst Bank is running the ad for a CD with an interest rate of 5.00%
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