Today's Current 2 Year CD Rates
Today's top 10 2 year CD rates. The best two year bank CD rates offered nationally. Compare the best two year CD rates from the highest CD rates being offered.
2 Year CD Rates
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
TIAA Direct CD Rates
www.tiaadirect.com
855-842-2372
1.81% 2 Year $1,000.00
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
1.81% 2 Year $1,000.00
EverBank CD Rates
www.everbank.com
888-882-3837
1.81% 2 Year $1,500.00
Popular Direct
www.populardirect.com
800-274-5696
1.80% 2 Year $10,000.00
Northern Bank Direct CD Rates
www.northernbankdirect.com
888-348-8996
1.80% 2 Year $500.00
BAC Florida Bank CD Rates
www.bacflorida.com
305-789-7000
1.77% 2 Year $500.00
M.Y. Safra Bank CD Rates
www.mysafra.com
855-697-2372
1.71% 2 Year $5,000.00
Nationwide Bank CD Rates
www.nationwide.com
877-422-6569
1.70% 2 Year $500.00
Live Oak Bank CD Rates
www.liveoakbank.com
910-790-5867
1.70% 2 Year $75,000.00
iGOBanking CD Rates
www.igobanking.com
888-432-5890
1.70% 2 Year $1,000.00
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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
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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
After the monthly jobs report was released on February 7th, CD rates were overcome with apathy.  Although the monthly jobs report was measurably worse than expected CD rates, along with most all bank rates, were changed only fractionally based on the news.  Unfortunately for savers, the overall rate change was to the downside albeit, only
Bank certificate of deposit rates were lower on all maturities for the week ending November 27, 2009.  CD interest rate reductions for the average of the best bank rates were relatively modest, albeit from relatively low current yields.  The long term bank CD rates, five year term CDs, as well as well as the short
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
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