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As bank interest have continued to climb higher in 2018, savers can now find CD rates at 2.00% or higher on a number of short term, six-month certificates of de...(read more)

Firstrust Bank of Conshohocken, PA has a new certificate of deposit promotion that offers depositors an enticing combination of benefits in a rising interest rate environment. Cons...(read more)

Rising interest rates in the first half of this year has led to a measurable rise in search inquiries regarding bank certificates of deposit.  From the end of 2016 to start of Aug...(read more)

The new Citi Double Cash Card offers a new twist on earning cash rewards with credit card transactions.  Account holders earn 1% cash back on all purchases made with the new Citi ...(read more)

There is no specific regulation that states the name of the bank must be printed on a check however, the identity of the bank must be disclosed on the...(read more)

New home loan borrowers ought to be rejoicing as US mortgage rates have continued to hold in a very tight range despite a plethora of mixed market signals.  A recent run of diverg...(read more)
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There are few banks today that don’t have an online presence. Almost all banks have recognized the simplicity and cost advantages of online banking and have begun offering some form of online banking and online bill pay to their customers. As these services evolve, online banking becomes increasingly easier to use and as
There was large thud heard coming from certificate of deposit rates this week.  For the week ending June 5, 2009 the average for the top certificate of deposit rates available nationally were lower across the board.  This week the average for the top ten CD rates experienced there biggest weekly loss since the start of
Average interest rates on certificates of deposits moved modestly lower for the week ending March 12, 2010.  Although the combined average rate for all bank CD terms measured in the weekly survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, the rate drop this week was quite mild with two of the four maturities measured showing
After the monthly jobs report was released on February 7th, CD rates were overcome with apathy.  Although the monthly jobs report was measurably worse than expected CD rates, along with most all bank rates, were changed only fractionally based on the news.  Unfortunately for savers, the overall rate change was to the downside albeit, only
The Federal Funds Rate is the interest rate at which private financial institutions such as banks lend their reserves held at the Federal Reserve to other financial institutions overnight for short term needs. A bank or other financial institution lends out most of the money deposited with it but also is obligated by law to keep
Banks are places that take your money, keep it safe and let you use a debit card or checks to take care of day-to-day purchases. A depository for your day-to-day funds and short-term savings is the main features most consumers use the local bank for. And there is a good likelihood that your
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
CD rates continued to move lower this past week.  The average of the best national bank CD rates was down for all terms with the exception of the longer term, five year CDs.  The declines were measurably smaller than last weeks move, however this may have more to do with the fact that bank rates
Even though the GDP numbers released last week were stronger than expected, banks continued to trim interest rates further on certificates of deposit.  Financial institutions cut rates on three of the four CD terms measured in the weekly selectcdrates.com bank rate survey.  While yields moved lower for the short and midterm CDs, the long term
Even as the stock market and Treasury markets gyrated wildly this past week, CD rates continued to move higher.  It was tumultuous market for most investment products including stocks, bonds, commodities, and many foreign markets.  The stock market volatility, the up-and-down movement of the market, brought on multiple 100 point plus up and down days. 
Bank rates moved lower for both borrowers and savers for the week ending April 26, 2013 based on the most recent survey of bank rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com.  CD interest rates were down slightly for the week with the majority of the losses in yield coming on the long term maturities. Based on the current survey,
While the economy stumbles along, certificates of deposit rates grew weaker yet again.  For the week ending August 19th, CD interest rates dropped across all maturities measured in the Selectcdrates.com bank rate survey.  The movement in CD interest rate reductions has become unstoppable.  The deterioration in rates among the top ten highest CD rates this
Banks send them to their customers once a month through mail. Many customers, particularly those who use online banking, may throw them in the trash, but it’s best to give them at least one look-over for accuracy. Most consumers should keep their financial records, including bank statements, for a period of three years.
National certificate of deposit rates once again moved lower for the week ending July 16, 2010. According to the most recent survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, CD interest rates were lower for three of the five CD maturities measured and remained unchanged for the remaining two terms. The average of the top
Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is the term used to express the annual rate of interest on an investment that takes into account the effect of compounding. Normally an investment is sold on the basis of a Nominal Interest Rate, but the nominal rate does not take into account the effect of earning interest

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