EverBank® Yield Pledge® Checking Account

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)

Republic Bank of Chicago is currently offering a special CD rate promotion in Illinois that is worthy of consideration for rate shoppers that have both, big and small, savings port...(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)
Citi Simplicity® Card
Before the ATM cash had to be withdrawn either at the bank or through cash back arrangements at the store. Both were annoying and inconvenient. However, the process of obtaining cash became revolutionized when the ATM came into existence. With the ATM customers can get the cash they need without having to
Investors shopping for FDIC insured certificates of deposit nationwide saw some mild swings in the best CD rate averages for different terms.  The short end of the curve dropped measurably from 2.22% average on the top 10 best six month CD rates last week to 2.14% this week.  All other terms experienced a mild increase
As the central bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve performs services for foreign central banks and for international organizations such as the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.  The Reserve Banks provide several types of services to these organizations, including maintaining non-interest-bearing deposit bank accounts (in U.S. dollars),
With bank certificate of deposit rates hovering at their lowest level in a year and the financial pundits talking of an economic recovery, it is hard to see how CD rate can move much lower.  Today’s CD rates may come as an unpleasant surprise to those that accept this wisdom and think the bottom had
CD interest rates declined just marginally for the week ending June 3, 2011. The Selectcdrates.com composite index which covers the highest three month CD rates, six month CD rates, one year CD rates, two year CD rates and five year CD rates descended by just .002 percent on the week. The index now
Certificate of deposit rates for bank CDs available nationally were mostly lower with the exception of the long term CD rates which remained unchanged for the week ending May 29.  Though interest rates were not overly active among the different terms the end result and the long term trend has been an increasing spread between
Global economic headlines and oil prices are having little impact on CD rates going into the New Year.  Historically, bank rates follow the direction of the economy.  Stronger economic numbers lead to higher bank rates while weak numbers lead to lower rates.  This past week was light on data but the trend in December showed
Bank CD rates were just modestly lower for the week ending September 11, 2009.  The short term, six month CD rates took the brunt of the pain while the one year and five year CD rates held steady and the two year CD rates showed a slight loss in yield.  The best six month CD rates
The long term erosion in CD rates that has occurred through most of 2010 has received a pause this week based on the date form the most recent survey of bank CD interest rates performed by Selectcdrates.com. A pause in CD interest rate returns is welcome relief for bank CD investors but is even more
Bank CD rates continued down a path of lower yields for the week ending July 3, 2009.  Even though the expectations have been for higher CD rates, banks reduced the rates offered on the majority of certificates of deposit maturities.  Bank CD yields presented on the highest bank rates moved lower across all CD terms
Another week passes and bank CDs experience another of week of sinking yields.  Bank CD rates available nationally fell across all terms for the week ending Aug. 7, 2009.  The rate reduction for this week was mild but impacted all maturities and is a continuation of a protracted slide in CD rates that started in
Certificate of deposit rates were little changed overall for the last full week of September but, CD rates were not entirely without their drama.  Midterm certificates, accounts with maturities of one and two years in length, moved up with a bit of gusto.  The average rate on the top ten one year CDs and two
Bank certificate of deposit rates were lower for the third consecutive week in 2010.  The average yield for the top ten best bank CD rates available nationally fell across all maturities.  For the week ending January 22, 2010 the short term bank CD rates incurred the most damage while the mid term and longer term CDs
CD rates crawled slightly higher after markets concerns over the government debt ceiling, a government shutdown, Mideast tension, Obama Care, NSA spying, dramatic increases in domestic oil production and more Miley Cyrus antics appeared to pass us by without a major incidence.  The credit and fixed income markets saw quite a bit of volatility during
Federal Reserve Currency and Coin Services An important function of the Federal Reserve is ensuring that enough cash—that is, currency and coin—is in circulation to meet the public’s demand.  When Congress established the Federal Reserve, it recognized that the public’s demand for cash is variable.  This demand increases or decreases seasonally and as the level of

Search for any bank in the United States

Find or locate banks listed by state. Find a bank in your city. The bank directory lists thousands of banks available in the United States.