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There was no change in the best CD interest rates this week.  The SelectCDrates.com index that measures the highest CD rates for the three month, six month, one year, two year and five year maturities remained at 1.099 percent for the last week of the year.  The weekly CD rate survey showed that the composite
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
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
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
CD rates advanced mid June in the midst of political uncertainty in the Middle East.  Rates did not move significantly higher but in light of the trouble brewing in Iraq and Syria combined with the continued tensions in Ukraine; rising interest rates would not normally be the outcome one would expect. The best CD rates available
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
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CD interest rates moved lower yet again. For CD investors, fortunately, the news wasn’t all bad.  While Treasury rates and mortgage rates have dropped precipitously over the past two weeks, the best CD interest rates available nationally have dropped only modestly. The average rate for the top ten best CD rates across all maturities measured in
Bank rates fell…….through the floor this week.  Fortunately, the full impact was not absorbed in CD interest rates although, in the coming days bank CD rates are sure to drop further.  The European debt crisis not only refused to go away but appears to be bigger than ever.  The combination of more problems with European
The best CD rates available Christmas week 2014 are little changed from the previous week and down slightly from the start of the month.  The SelectCDrates.com CD rate index shows the average rate among the top performers holding at 1.169 percent.  The top rates measured by SelectCDrates.com are the highest rates available by a bank in
Certificate of deposit interest rates ended the week on June 11th with mixed results across the various maturities. The average yield for the five year CD rates ended with a gain on the week while the six month and one year term CDs remained unchanged. Unfortunately, the average rate on the top ten
Bank CD rates had mixed results for the week ending October 2, 2009.  Short terms CD rates were lower while midterm CD rates were higher and the longer term CD rates were unchanged.  While bank CD rates moved very little in total, Treasury rates continued to move lower for the week with the one year
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CD interest rates continue to plunge as banks remain awash with reserves and investors flock to the safety of U.S. Treasury bonds.  CD interest rates have suffered from a number of fronts including the biggest force coming from the Fed’s position in 2011 to drive bank rates down in an effort to help the housing
Bank CD rates were moderately lower for the week for the week ending October 29, 2009.  The short term CD interest rates had the largest rate movement, unfortunately to the downside.  Mid term CD rates were modestly higher and the long term, five year CD rates were down just slightly. Six month CD rates that are

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