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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)

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It seems hard to believe that bank certificate of deposit rates could slide much lower, but the past week was in fact another down week for most all CD maturities.  The results of the selectcdrates.com weekly bank rate survey indicated that CD rates were lower across all terms with the exception of the long term, five year
CD interest rates made a minor dip lower during the second week of 2013.  Individual CD maturities were mixed with some maturities pushing moderately higher while others retreated lower.  The midterm CD rates were a fair bit lower but the overall reduction in the average CD rates was held back by the lack of the
Bank certificate of deposit rates put the brakes on this week, slowing down on their prolonged descent for the week ending August 14, 2009.  This week national CD rates didn’t increase, but as a whole their downward movement was relatively minor.  Overall, it was a mild week for activity in CD rates.  The six month and
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
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. 
CD rates were off just slightly for the week ending February 17, 2012.  Based on current CD interest rate survey performed by Selectcdrates.com, the average CD rate among the best CD rates available nationally was lower by only 2/1000ths of a percent.  The average CD rate in the survey is established with the Selectcdrates.com CD
The average interest rate earned on bank CDs rose by 1 basis point or 1/100th of a percentage point. Though CD rates increased, the trend has been for declining rates since the start of the year. The month of February has remained remarkably calm with CD rates gyrating very little thus far.
Even though they employ some of the most sophisticated and advanced software and machinery, banks are still known to make mistakes. Typically they’re a result of human error somewhere down the line, but the reason for the error is virtually irrelevant; the fact is that they do happen, more frequently than you probably imagine. The
CD rates were little changed going into the Memorial Day weekend.  However, not all news for savers was ho hum with some CD maturities displaying a mild uptick.  In the latest survey of bank CD rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com, the average yield on the top bank CDs available nationwide dipped by a very small fraction,
CD interest rates worsened considerably over the past week while most bank rates and Treasury rates remained relatively stable.  Greater stability in CD rates may have been expected this week as well since the stock market appears to be shrugging off concerns over European debt issues and dismal U.S economic growth.  The strengthening stock market is
Interest rates on certificates of deposit were lower for the week ending April 10, 2009.  Although CD rates have been on a steady decline throughout the year the rate of decline on bank CD yields was been reduced slightly this week.  The longer term maturities saw the smallest reduction in rates.  On the longer term
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
Bank CD interest rates moved slightly higher at the end of the holiday shortened, first week of July.  Long term rates led the move to the upside with shorter term CDs holding stable over the week.  The rise in CD rates was instigated by the robust monthly jobs report released on Friday, July 5th which
The best certificate of deposit rates available nationally remained in a tight range for the week ending May 15 and mostly followed the direction of similar interest bearing securities.  The average on short term, six month and one year CD, rates dipped down marginally while the longer term CD rates increased more notably to end
Bank certificate of deposit rates fell moderately for the week ending March 26, 2010 upon reviewing all CD maturities measured by the survey of the best bank CD rates performed weekly by Selectcdrates.com.  The shortest term bank CDs were unchanged, midterm CDs fell by a more moderate sum and the long term CDs were lower

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