- Best CD Rates for September 2018 | Bankrate.com
A CD is a Certificate of Deposit, which is a type of savings account, found at banks and credit unions, that pays a set interest rate on money deposited. In exchange, you agree to keep the full deposit in the account for a set term.
- The Best CD Rates as of September 2018 | MagnifyMoney
Best CD Rate Currently Available: Synchrony Bank USA – 13-Month CD – 2.65% APY. Synchrony Bank is currently offering one of the highest CD rates available on a 1-year CD. The term is actually a little over one year, but the rate is outstanding.
- Who’s Got The Best-Paying CDs? - Bankaholic.com
Mar 28, 2009 · Intervest National Bank a New York-based online bank is paying 3.00% on a 30-month CD with a $2,500 minimum deposit ($1,000 if it’s an IRA CD). Charter Bank a community bank out in New Mexico is offering a 14-month CD at 3.00% and a $5,000 minimum deposit.
- Best CD Rates – Highest Certificate of Deposit Rates
Compare the Best CD (Certificate of Deposit Rates) Rates. Sort by Highest APY Interest Rate, Bank Reviews, and Customer Ratings!
- Best CD Rates - Top national 5-year CD rates - Interest
Fortunately, the number of national CD offers above 2.00% has since risen to five banks, after a handful of banks increased their long-term rates over the past month. The current leader, paying 2.27% APY, is still State Bank of India-Chicago , which is a U.S. branch of India’s largest bank and is FDIC-insured.
- 10 Best CD Accounts of 2018 | GOBankingRates
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- Best CD Rates 2018 | Certificate of deposit | Money-rates.com
There are a large number of banks offering CDs and many compete to have the best CD rates so shop around using the money-rates.com tool to get the right CD for your financial situation and goals. Consider seven factors as you shop for the best CD rates. ... You report State Bank of India paying 2.05% APR for 5 year CD as of Oct. 30, 2013. Their ...
- Best Jumbo CD Rates | Bankrate.com
The best 5-year jumbo CDs pay more than 2.5 times the national average of 1.37 percent APY, according to Bankrate’s most recent national survey of banks and thrifts.