BankDirect Information and Current CD Rates
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Rates Updated: 09/26/2019
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CD Rates for December 24th, 2019
Average CD rates for December 24th, 2019 are mostly lower compared to last week's average rates. All average CD rates declined, except for average 3-month CD rates, which were unchanged. The best CD rates available on our rate lists are also lower, except for 6-month CD rates which moved higher. We don't expect any big moves either way for CD rates in the coming months, unless the Federal Reserve increases or lowers the fed funds rate which is unlikely. Read more...
Average CD Rates for December 15th, 2019
Average CD rates for December 15th, 2019, are lower for both short-term and long-term certificates of deposit while the best CD rates available remain unchanged. We expect average CD rates to continue a gradual downward trend in 2010. Current 12-month CD rates are averaging 1.87 percent, a sharp decline from an average rate of 1.92 percent set on December 11th. The best 12-month CD rates on our rate table remain unchanged at 2.13 percent with an APY of 2.15 percent. Read more...
TotalDirectBank CD Rates
TotalDirectBank CD rates are currently some of the best CD rates around on the bank's short-term certificates of deposit. Intermediate and long-term CD rates at TotalDirectBank are competitive but you can find higher rates right now. Current 3-month CD rates from TotalDirectBank are at 1.75 percent. 6-month CD rates are slightly higher at 1.85 percent. The minimum deposit amount to earn these high CD yields is $5,000 and the maximum amount is $500,000. To get the highest CD rates available, compare online rates with TotalDirectBank CD rates. Read more...
Northern Bank Direct CD Rates Changed
Northern Bank Direct CD rates were recently changed. Most of the changes were higher except for CD rates on 2 year certificates of deposit. The largest CD rate changes were on Northern Bank Direct's 3 year and 5 year certificates of deposit. Read more...
CD Rates Report: 1 Year CD Rates as of January 14, 2017
Listed below is a current CD rates report for 1 year certificates of deposit as of January 14, 2017.
Current 1 Year CD Rates
For a list of today's 1 year CD rates in our database go to MontiorBankRates.com.Read more...
3 Banks Increase Rates - BankDirect 1 Year CD Rate Now at 1.25 Percent
The trend of higher CD rates continues as 3 more banks increase CD interest rates. This round of increases are from BankDirect, 5 Star Bank, and Mount McKinley Bank. The most notable of the increases is BankDirect's 1 year certificate of deposit.
BankDirect increased 1 year CD rates to 1.24 percent with an APY of 1.25 percent. The old rate was 1.20 percent with an APY of 1.21 percent. While the increase was only 4 basis points higher, BankDirect's 1 year rate is now in tied for the third highest 1 year rate in our database. You can check on all current rates at MonitorBankRates.com.
Latest CD Rate Increases
9 CD Rates Increased - 8 CD Rates Decreased in June
Banks and credit unions have been all over the place with their rates. In our database of CD rates, there were 9 CD rate increases and 8 CD rate decreases in June. Average CD rates on 2 year, 3 year and 5 year certificates of deposit moved slightly higher while 3 month and 6 month rates were unchanged. Read more...
CD Rate Report June 2, 2015: Best 6 Month CD Rate at 1.00 Percent
A couple of banks increased their CD rates this past week. California First National Bank increased their 6 month CD rate from 0.85 percent to 0.95 percent, putting them in second place in our 6 month rate database. CIT Bank increased their 2 year CD rate from 1.35 percent to 1.40 percent. Read more...
Bank CD Rates Report May 21, 2015
Another quiet week for CD rates, no big change in rates for short term or long term certificate of deposits. We don't expect any major changes in CD rates until the Federal Open Market Committee meets next month. If the FOMC does increase the federal funds rate, banks will follow with higher deposit rates. Read more...
CD Rate Report May 12, 2015
Listed below are this week's CD rates for certificate of deposit terms ranging between 1 month and 5 years. There have been slight functions in rates offered by banks and credit unions this week. We will have to wait until the FOMC increases the fed funds rate for bigger changes in rates. Also listed below are this week's average CD rates, derived from the CD rate database. Read more...
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