Today's Savings Account Rates
Today's top 10 Savings Account Rates. The best Savings Account Rates offered nationally. Compare the best Savings Account Rates from the Top Bank Rates Across the Country. Find Savings Account Interest Rates for the Highest Interest Savings Account. Savings Account Rates Current as of November 2, 2015.
Savings Account Rates
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
IncredibleBank Money Market Rates
www.incrediblebank.com
877-261-4750
1.17% Savings $2,500.00
Silvergate Bank
www.silvergatebank.com
800-595-5856
1.11% Savings $10,000.00
The Palladian Private Bank Savings Account Rates
www.palladianprivatebank.com
877-564-8880
1.10% Savings $10,000.00
SalemFive Direct Savings
www.salemfivedirect.com
800-850-5000
1.10% Savings $100.00
SFGI Direct Savings
www.sfgidirect.com
877-776-9722
1.06% Savings $500.00
Synchrony Bank Savings Rates
www.myoptimizerplus.com
866-226-5638
1.05% Savings $50.00
AloStar Bank of Commerce
www.alostarbank.com
877-738-6391
1.05% Savings $50,000.00
GS Bank
www.gecapitalbank.com
855-730-7283
1.05% Savings $1.00
Zenbanx (WSFS, FSB)
www.zenbanx.com
855-936-2269
1.00% Savings $1.00
UFB Direct Savings
www.ufbdirect.com
844-678-2718
1.00% Savings $25,000.00
In the most recent survey of bank CD rates conducted by Selectcdrates.com, CD rates slumped slightly compounding last week’s similar dip.  The average yield on the Selectcdrates.com CD rate index moved down to 1.081 percent from an average rate of 1.087 percent found in the previous rate survey.  The Selectcdrates.com index covers the top ten
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
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