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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)

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)

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CD interest rates continued to slide further in 2010.  The average interest rate on bank CDs available nationally was down slightly on all maturities for the week ending February 12, 2010.  The rate activity among the best bank rates, however,was comparatively modest in light of the across the board drop in the average rates. The selectcdrates.com
Bank CD rates continued to show some downward pressure from slow economic growth abroad and geopolitical tensions in select hot points in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.  The downward pressure offsets underlying forces that should start to push CD rates higher.  Upward pressures sitting under the interest rate market includes the Fed’s reduction in
Bank CD interest rates were down by a slight margin for the week ending May 7, 2010.  The average rates on three of the four key certificate of deposit maturities surveyed by Selectcdrates.com were down for the week, while the average rate for two of the CD maturities managed to rise.  Six month term CDs, two year
The highest CD rates available in the month of July have moved higher across all account maturities.  Short term CD rates have popped right along with long term rates however, the middle of the yield curve for certificates of deposit have showed the strongest performance as the month of July comes to a close. Average yields
Prime rate is a term applied to a reference an interest rate that is utilized by banks and financial institutions for lending purposes. The prime rate was a term originally used to identify the rate at which banks lend to their best and most favored customers, though this is no longer the case in general.
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 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
Certificate of deposit rates managed to shift even lower for the week ending Nov 6, 2009.  Bank CD rates with a six month maturity and CD rates with a two year maturity held steady while the one year rate dropped modestly and the five year fell considerably. The average of the best six month CD rates
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 interest rates offered by banks that are available nationally were little changed for the week ending September 25, 2009.  Short term bank CD rates, six month and one year term CDs, were unchanged while the longer term CD rates, two year and five year terms,  moved in opposite directions by a relatively very small
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
Banks make money by accepting money from you and paying you interest on the money and then loaning it out a higher rate of interest. That sounds like a good way to make money, but banking is competitive and there is a bank on every corner trying to do the same thing. So, banks have
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
The best CD interest rates available nationally increased for the second consecutive week.  Based on the most recent survey of bank CD rates conducted by Selectcdrates.com the average rate found on the highest CD rates across multiple maturities increased by one basis point or 1/100th of a percent for the week ending June 22, 2012. 
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

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