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Capital Pacific Bank is a full-service bank in Portland, Oregon. Capital Pacific Bank was established to provide support for businesses and the community in the Portland and Vancouver area. Headquartered in the Fox Tower in downtown Portland, the bank’s full array of products and services serves businesses, professionals and nonprofit organizations.
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Needham Bank has a mid-term CD rate promotion underway for savers and investors in Massachusetts. The bank is offering a 15 month term certificate of deposit that earns the account holder a rate of return of 1.50%. The interest rate currently offered is more than seven times the national average bank rate on one year
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Rate cuts by the Fed generally lead to a reduction in rates across the board. That equates to reductions in Treasury yields, reductions in the prime rate, reductions in bank savings rates and bank certificate of deposit interest rates. It also should lead to reductions in mortgage rates, auto loan rates and commercial loan rates.
Chevy Chase Bank offers over two hundred bank branch locations and more than 1,000 ATMs. Chevy Chase Bank has bank branches in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia and Delaware. Chevy Chase Bank was acquired by and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Capital One Financial Corporation. The combined banking organization has approximately 1,000 bank branches and over
Community Capital Bank opened in August of 2002. Since the opening in Jonesboro, the bank has expanded to three full service banking locations, including Fayetteville and Stockbridge Georgia. The bank products and services are designed for both commercial and consumer clients, the bank however portrays itself as being especially experienced in commercial bank lending and
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Prospect Federal Savings Bank was founded in 1909. The bank has three bank branches serving the southwest metropolitan Chicago land area. The bank has branches in Oak Lawn, Worth and Chicago.
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NOVA Bank operates as a Pennsylvania state-chartered savings bank. The bank provides a wide range of financial products and services to the greater Philadelphia region. The bank has a full-array of financial products and services to the communities in which it operates in, as well as, providing services to business in addition to financial planning
The location at which a transaction takes place. Systems that allow bank customers to effect transfers of funds from their deposit accounts and other financial transactions at retail establishments.
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The promise to pay in the future in order to buy or borrow in the present. The right to defer payment of debt.