Today's Current New Jersey CD Rates
The best New Jersey CD rates currently offered. Compare the best New Jersey CD rates from the highest CD rates currently being offered. Find the highest bank CD rates NJ.
Today's Current New Jersey 6 Month CD Rates. The best New Jersey 6 month CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 6 month CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Wilshire State Bank
www.wilshirestatebank.com
866-886-2265
0.60% 6 Month $1,000.00
BBCN Bank
www.bbcnbank.com
201-242-7462
0.60% 6 Month $500.00
Woori America Bank
www.wooriamericabank.com
201-363-9300
0.50% 6 Month $1,000.00
NewBank
www.newbankusa.com
201-585-2265
0.50% 6 Month $1,000.00
Indus American Bank
www.indusamericanbank.com
800-746-3441
0.50% 6 Month $2,000.00
Parke Bank
www.parkebank.com
866-727-5325
0.45% 6 Month $500.00
Today's Current New Jersey 1 Year CD Rates. The best New Jersey 1 Year CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 1 Year CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Wilshire State Bank
www.wilshirestatebank.com
866-886-2266
0.80% 1 Year $1,000.00
Grand Bank
www.grandbk.com
800-234-3459
0.80% 1 Year $500.00
First Choice Bank
www.firstchoice-bank.com
609-989-9000
0.80% 1 Year $1,000.00
BBCN Bank
www.bbcnbank.com
201-242-7462
0.80% 1 Year $500.00
NewBank
www.newbankusa.com
201-585-2265
0.75% 1 Year $1,000.00
Customers Bank
www.customersbank.com
610-933-2000
0.70% 1 Year $500.00
Today's Current New Jersey 2 Year CD Rates. The best New Jersey 2 Year CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 2 Year CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Hudson City Savings Bank
www.hcsbonline.com
201-967-0950
1.15% 2 Year $500.00
Harvest Community Bank
www.harvestcommunitybank.com
800-422-9052
1.05% 2 Year $500.00
The Berkshire Bank
www.berkbank.com
845-294-6151
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Grand Bank
www.grandbk.com
800-234-3459
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Fulton Bank
www.fultonbanknj.com
855-900-3265
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Columbia Bank
www.columbiabankonline.com
800-522-4167
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Today's Current New Jersey 5 Year CD Rates. The best New Jersey 5 Year CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 5 Year CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Harvest Community Bank
www.harvestcommunitybank.com
800-422-9052
1.76% 5 Year $500.00
Haven Savings Bank
www.havenbank.com
201-659-3600
1.75% 5 Year $500.00
Fulton Bank
www.fultonbanknj.com
855-900-3265
1.75% 5 Year $500.00
Columbia Bank
www.columbiabankonline.com
800-522-4167
1.75% 5 Year $500.00
Boiling Springs Savings Bank
www.bssbank.com
800-550-9655
1.75% 5 Year $1,000.00
First Choice Bank
www.firstchoice-bank.com
609-989-9000
1.70% 5 Year $1,000.00
The best CD rates for the first week of July were up modestly on the back of a better than expected monthly jobs report.  Relative to the strength in the jobs report, the overall increase in CD rates was quite tame, rising by just 3/1000ths of a percent from the last week in June.  In the
CD rates moved modestly higher during a week when most bank rates and interest rates had shifted decidedly lower.  The big news for the week or perhaps the month, the Fed statement that there will be no reduction in the current round of stimulus or QE3, had little impact on bank CD rates.  The lack
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
CD interest rates for the week ending October 9, 2009 were mostly lower with the exception of the one year CD rates which managed to hold steady without a change to the average yield. The average of the best six month CD rates available nationally dropped by two basis points or 2/100 week over week.  The
Another week passes and bank CDs experience another of week of sinking yields.  Bank CD rates available nationally fell across all terms for the week ending Aug. 7, 2009.  The rate reduction for this week was mild but impacted all maturities and is a continuation of a protracted slide in CD rates that started in
Certificate of deposit rates were down for the week ending April 9, 2010 across all maturities according to the most recent CD rate survey performed by SelectCDrates.com.  National CD rates were lower for all of the terms measured in the survey though the short term, 6 month CD rates, were down by only a very modest
A money market account is a savings account offered by banks that normally earns a higher rate of interest than a normal savings account. These accounts go by the acronym MMA, but also are referred to as Money Market Demand Accounts (MMDA) or Money Market Deposit Accounts (also MMDA.) It pays a higher rate in
CD interest rates retreated slightly to end the last week of November.  The average CD rate coming from the top ten highest rates available across a broad spectrum of maturities dipped by just 2/1000ths of a percent over the course of the week.  The average CD rate in the Selectcdrates.com index, which measures the best
With the stock market running scared and government debt issues here and abroad putting fear into the market, interest rates remained low last week.  Skittish markets generally drive funds into the Treasury market pushing Treasury rates lower which keeps a lid on the movement on most other interest rate sensitive assets in the U.S. which
Once again, CD interested rates have declined very slightly.  Market reaction to the recurring disturbances over European government debt levels has driven interest rates lower once again.  Most of the deterioration in CD rates was seen in the longer term banks CDs with the short term CDs holding relatively stable. Overall, CD interest rates were reduced