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According to this week’s survey of the top ten best certificate of deposit rates available nationally, performed by Selectcdrates.com, bank CD rates have now reached new lows for the year.  Bank CD interest rates were down for all terms or maturities again this week.   The average rate for the top ten highest 6 month bank CD
There was little change among the top CD rates available nationwide for the week ending February 22, 2013.  The recent survey of the best CD rates performed by SelectCDrates.com indicated that the average CD rate across multiple maturities was reduced by just 4/1000ths of a percent from the previous week.  The average CD rate in
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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
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
Changes in bank CD rates were relatively muted over the past week as banks and market participants await more information on the direction the Fed is expected to take regarding quantitative easing in the next few months.  The best CD rate available nationally saw a slight 4/1000ths of a percent rate reduction from the previous
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CD interest rates offered by banks that are available nationally were little changed for the week ending September 25, 2009.  Short term bank CD rates, six month and one year term CDs, were unchanged while the longer term CD rates, two year and five year terms,  moved in opposite directions by a relatively very small
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CD interest rates were mostly unchanged over the past week however; individual CD rate terms were fairly active with some minor advances and declines across the most common CD maturities.  The overall average interest rate on bank CDs did remain quite stable when averaged among the top rates for the most popular terms. Based on the