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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...
Best Online Savings Rates May-June 2018
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Highest CD Rates Move Higher as Banks Increase Rates
The highest CD rates continue to move higher as online banks increase rates again this week. 10 different online banks and credit unions increased a slew of CD rates over the past seven days. Rates on both short term and long term certificates of deposits moved higher. 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
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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
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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...
CD Rates Slowly Inch Higher as Fed Meets This Week
CD rates are slowly inching higher and will continue to move higher in the coming months. A more immediate impact that will force CD rates higher is the Federal Open Market Committee increasing rates. The FOMC meets this week to decide on monetary policy and is widely expected to increase the fed funds rate by 25 basis points.
The CME Group's FedWatch Tool has a 97.2 percent probability that the Fed will increase the rate to a range of 0.50 percent to 0.75 percent. The last time the Fed increase the rate was December 2015 when the rate was increased to a range of 0.25 percent to 0.50 percent.
Several banks already increased CD rates on short term certificates of deposit recently, likely in anticipation of a Fed rate hike. The highest CD rates on 1 year certificates of deposit are approaching 1.50 percent and may hit 1.50 percent after the expected rate hike.
Currently, the best 1 year CD rates on our rate list are from Pentagon Federal Credit Union at 1.35 percent with a yield of 1.36 percent. The best 1 year rate offered on our list of from a bank is from VirtualBank at 1.30 percent with a yield of 1.31 percent.
The highest 2 year CD rates on the list are already above 1.50 percent. Two banks, EverBank and Virtual Bank are offering 2 year CD rates at 1.51 percent with a yield of 1.52 percent. We could see the top 2 year rates increase above 1.60 percent in the coming weeks.
At what pace CD rates rise in the coming year will be mostly dependent on how much and how quickly the Fed increases the fed funds rate. As of this morning, the FedWatch Tool has a probability of one rate hike in 2017, putting the rate between 0.75 percent and 1.00 percent.
The Fed's own projections for the fed funds rate for 2017 is all over the place. Advance projections for this week's meeting put the rate between 1.875 percent and 3.375 percent with the majority between 1.875 percent and 2.625 percent.
The Fed's own projections are a lot higher than the FedWatch Tool, which is the market’s view on where the fed funds rate will be by the end of 2017. Unless there is a recession next year, CD rates will finally be moving higher.Read more...
VirtualBank Money Market Account Rates now at 0.65%
VirtualBank Money Market Account rates are now at 0.65 percent with a yield of 0.65 percent. View current Money Market Account rates at VirtualBank below. Read more...
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