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Best 12 Month CD Rates at 2.50 Percent, A Multi-Year High
Several banks and credit unions increased CD rates this week and as a result, the best 12 month CD rates are now at 2.50 percent, a multi-year high. The last time 1 year CD rates were in the 2.50 percent range, was during the financial crisis in 2008/2009. Read more...
Brand New High for 12 Month CD Rates in 2017
We just reached a new milestone for 12 Month CD rates in 2017 as rates continue to inch higher. Crestmark Bank is now offering 12 Month CD rates at 1.80 percent. Just about two months ago, we reported a new high for 1 year CD rates at 1.70 percent. That new high was also from CrestMark Bank. You can read about that post Crestmark Bank Best Rate 1.70%. Read more...
Fed Stands Pat on Rates as Online CD Rates March Higher
The Federal Reserve wrapped up their two day meeting yesterday and decided to keep the fed rates unchanged. The Fed was expected to stand pat on rates during the September meeting. Even though the Fed kept rates where they are, online CD rates continue to march higher. Read more...
Top 2 Year CD Rate Now at 1.70 Percent
The top CD rates continue to move higher as the best 2 year CD rate hits 1.70 percent this week. 2 year CD rates at Connexus Credit Union take the top spot this week at 1.69 percent with a yield of 1.70 percent. Connexus has the best rate this week but two banks are right on the credit union's tail.
Northern Bank Direct, EverBank, and Popular Direct have the second best 2 year rate this week at 1.64 percent with a yield of 1.65 percent. We have another three-way tie for third place, My e-BAnC by BAC Florida Bank, TAB Bank, and VirtualBank all have a current 2 year rate of 1.61 percent with a yield of 1.62 percent.
Not only are the top rates moving higher this week, average 2 year CD rates are also higher. The current average 2 year CD rate is at 1.50 percent, up from last week's average 2 year rate of 1.47 percent. Listed below are the top ten 2 year CD rates for the week ending April 15, 2017.
Best 2 Year CD Rates
Best 1 Year CD Rates April 5, 2017
CD rates continue to move higher this week. We look for the trend of higher CD rates to continue in 2017 as long as there isn't a recession. The Fed is expected to increase the federal funds rate at least two more times this year, which will put more upward pressure on CD rates.
This week, the best 1 year CD rate in the database is now at 1.49 percent with an APY of 1.50 percent. A couple of weeks ago, the top 1 year CD rate was 5 basis points less.
The current national average 1 year CD rate also moved higher this week over last. The current national average 1 year CD rate is at 1.26 percent, up from last week's average of 1.30 percent.
Listed below is top ten 1 year CD rates currently available.
Top Ten 1 Year CD Rates
You can view a list of CD rates for all CD terms at MonitorBankRates.com.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...
TAB Bank CD Rates Changed
TAB Bank CD rates were changed on short term and intermediate term certificates of deposit. All the CD rate changes were higher with the exception of the 6 month rate. 6 month CD rates were lowered from 0.95 percent to 0.92 percent. Even with the 3 basis point decline, the 6 month CD rate at TAB Bank remains in 2nd place in our 6 month rate list.
TAB Bank's 1 year CD rate was increased from 1.21 percent with a yield of 1.22 percent to 1.24 percent with a yield of 1.25 percent. TAB's new 1 year CD rate places the bank in 3rd place on our 1 year rate list, up from 4th place before the rate increase.
The Fed and the Future Direction of CD Rates
The Federal Open Market Committee meets this week to decide the direction of interest rates. Unfortunately, it's looking like the FOMC won't increase the fed funds rate. This is bad news for depositors as both short term and long term deposit rates will remain near current levels or only move slightly higher.
After this week's meeting, the Fed has two more scheduled meetings in 2016, one in November and one in December. It's unlikely the Fed will increase the rate just before the election so that leaves one more chance of a rate hike in 2016. Right now, the CME Group's FedWatch Tool has a 45 percent chance the Fed funds rate will be higher than the current level after the December meeting.
The good news is we are seeing banks in our database increase their CD rates to compete with the top national rates available. The bad news is we are not seeing any sharply higher rates and won't until the Fed gets moving on increasing the fed funds rate.
Right now the top national 1 year CD rate in our database is from TAB Bank at 1.30 percent with a yield of 1.31 percent. TAB Bank's 1 year CD rate is only marginally higher than a dozen other banks' 1 year CD rates which range from 1.20 percent to 1.30 percent.
Depositors have suffered for a very long time with low CD rates. It's been almost 8 years, since the financial crisis, that rates have been low. We have also had a few years of expecting rates to move higher but invariably, one piece of the economic puzzle keeps rates from increasing.
Looking beyond 2016 to future Fed predictions for the fed funds rate, things don't look much better. The median projections for the fed funds rate at the end of 2016 is 0.90 percent and this projection is already too high. The median for 2017 is 1.6 percent and at 2.4 percent for 2018.
2017 and 2018 projections are already starting to look like a stretch because the projected inflation rate is expected to be 2.0 percent or lower for the long run. The Fed's target range for the inflation rate is below 2 percent. If inflation stays below 2 percent there is no reason to increase the fed funds rate.Read more...
TAB Bank Increases CD Rates
TAB Bank CD rates were recently increased on the bank's short term and intermediate term certificates of deposit. With these rate increases, TAB Bank's 3 month, 6 month, 1 year, 2 year, and 3 year CD rates are now in the top 5 CD rates available for each one of those CD terms.
The largest percentage rate increase was on the bank's 6 month CDs. The 6 month CD rate was increased 50 percent from 0.60 percent to 0.90 percent. At 0.90 percent, the 6 month rate puts the bank in second place on our 6 month rate list. The top 6 month CD rate is from Live Oak Bank, which is offering a rate and yield of 1.00 percent.
TAB Bank (TAB), formerly Transportation Alliance Bank, has been in business for almost 20 years. The bank was established as an Industrial Loan Corporation (ILC) in 1998. TAB is an affiliate of TAB Bank Holdings Inc., headquartered in Ogden, UT.
Deposits at TAB Bank are insured by the FDIC up to the maximum amount allow by law. The Bank FDIC certificate number is 34187.
TAB Bank Recent CD Rate Changes
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