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
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
The top CD interest rates available nationally barely budged over the past week.  The highest CD rates moved lower on the week but by the smallest of increments and remain in a very tight range.  The Selectcdrates.com index of the top ten CD rates for three month CDs, six month CDs, one year CDs, two
National bank CD rates were a mixed bag for the week ending August 28, 2009.  Overall, CD interest rates had dropped modestly during the week.  The short term rates absorbing most all of the loss in yield, while the longer term rates gained ever so slightly. The average for the best six month CD rates fell
Improving economic data has driven interest rates higher including the rates on U.S. Treasuries and home mortgages however; CD rates did not follow along.  Based on the most recent survey of the top bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, the national average CD rate moved down, not up for the week ending March 16, 2012. 
It seems hard to believe that bank certificate of deposit rates could slide much lower, but the past week was in fact another down week for most all CD maturities.  The results of the selectcdrates.com weekly bank rate survey indicated that CD rates were lower across all terms with the exception of the long term, five year
Short and midterm certificate of deposit rates were in a state of suspended animation for the week ending September 4, 2009.  All maturities of bank CD rates held steady with the exception of the long term bank CDs.  The average of the best six month CD rates, one year CD rates and two year CD rates available
CD interest rates endured a minor dip for the week ending December 2, 2011.  The average CD interest rate as measured by the Selectcdrates.com weekly CD rate index turned lower by less than half of one basis point for the week.  A one basis point change is equal to 1/100th of a percent.  The Selectcdrates.com
Once again, CD interested rates have declined very slightly.  Market reaction to the recurring disturbances over European government debt levels has driven interest rates lower once again.  Most of the deterioration in CD rates was seen in the longer term banks CDs with the short term CDs holding relatively stable. Overall, CD interest rates were reduced
CD interest rates retreated slightly to end the last week of November.  The average CD rate coming from the top ten highest rates available across a broad spectrum of maturities dipped by just 2/1000ths of a percent over the course of the week.  The average CD rate in the Selectcdrates.com index, which measures the best
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 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 highest CD rates offered nationally remained in a tight range for the week ending May 1, 2009.  The average of the longest term CD rates, the five year term, dropped by one basis point or 1/100 of a percent for the week.  The best two year CD rates increased on average by two basis
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 CD interest rates available were little changed over the past week.  Based on the most recent survey of bank CD rates performed by Selectcdrates.com, the average CD rate gave up less than one basis point or 1/100th of a percent week over week.  The average CD rate on the highest three month CDs,
Historically low rates on bank CDs continued again this week. Although CD interest rates were little changed by the close of the week, there were no CD terms that displayed an increase in rates and some terms ended with a mild decrease. While CD rates remain quite low, there is a wide discrepancy