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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Average interest rates on certificates of deposits moved modestly lower for the week ending March 12, 2010.  Although the combined average rate for all bank CD terms measured in the weekly survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, the rate drop this week was quite mild with two of the four maturities measured showing
Even though the GDP numbers released last week were stronger than expected, banks continued to trim interest rates further on certificates of deposit.  Financial institutions cut rates on three of the four CD terms measured in the weekly selectcdrates.com bank rate survey.  While yields moved lower for the short and midterm CDs, the long term
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 certificate of deposit rates showed little movement across most maturities for the week ending April 23, 2010.   The changes that took place were along the one year term bank CDs with the six month, two year and five year terms remaining unchanged.  The limited rate change that did take place was in the wrong
CD interest rates were little changed for the week ending May 20, 2011. While Treasury rates dipped lower and mortgage rates moved higher, bank CD rates yawned. The highest CD rates available for all five categories of bank CDs (3 month CDs rates, 6 month CD rates, 1 year CD rates, 2 year
Bank certificate of deposit rates were mostly lower for the week ending December 11, 2009.  The short term CD rates, six month and one year maturities, ended the week with lower yields while the average yields on the two year bank CDs was unchanged and the five year term CD interest rates managed to gain
CD rates were little changed going into the Memorial Day weekend.  However, not all news for savers was ho hum with some CD maturities displaying a mild uptick.  In the latest survey of bank CD rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com, the average yield on the top bank CDs available nationwide dipped by a very small fraction,
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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. 
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Certificate of deposit interest rates fell across all maturities for the week ending April 2, 2010.  After a week of marginal reductions in bank rates, the most recent week saw the average yield on the highest CD rates available nationally take a fairly sizeable tumble based on the survey of the top ten best CD
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CD interest rates took a mild slide for the week ending August 31, 2012.  The average CD rate in the Selectcdrates.com CD rate index dipped lower by a mere 3/1000ths of a percent.  The CD rate index, which measures the average rate found on the top ten best three months CD rates, six month CD