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The stock market has been on a considerable upswing since the U.S. presidential election was decided in November.  On January 25th, the Dow crossed the 20,000 ...(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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A weak jobs report has pushed interest lowers including bank CD rates.  The most recent economic reports led by the monthly jobs report has turned the tide on the string of improving economic data and brought into question the vitality of US economic recovery.  Slow growth generally leads to low levels of inflation, low loan
A Debit Card combines the utility of an ATM card and some of the functions of a credit card. Also called a check card, the card will often bear the logo of Visa or MasterCard, and those companies process the transactions that take place outside of an ATM machine, like retail stores, restaurants, or
Do you dream of buying that first home, a cottage on a lake, sending your kids to college – or all of these? Unless you have a rich relative who will leave you lots of money, the only way to achieve your financial goals in life is to set aside savings on a regular
Competition among the top ranked bank CDs has reached levels not seen for more than a year or two.  Over the past few weeks, rates have risen on the long end of the CD yield curve including the two year and five year maturities.  Now, rates are heating up on the shorter term CD accounts. 
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
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
A high yield certificate of deposit account should be just one segment of an overall financial portfolio.  However, selecting the right bank CD should not be looked at with little regard for risk and reward.  Bank certificates of deposit always provide safety and security as well as a predictable rate of return.  When the stock market
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
The best CD rates for the first week of July were up modestly on the back of a better than expected monthly jobs report.  Relative to the strength in the jobs report, the overall increase in CD rates was quite tame, rising by just 3/1000ths of a percent from the last week in June.  In the
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.
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 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
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
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
The best CD rates available nationally ticked up a notch for the week ending May 6, 2011. The average rate for the highest CD rates covering all CD terms surveyed by Selectcdrates.com from three months to five years was 1.383 percent or .014 percent higher than the previous week. The increase in the

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