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TriState Capital Bank, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, just increased their jumbo CD rates. All increases were 5 basis points higher on short and intermediate term certificates of deposit. TriState Capital gets a 4 out of 5 star rating. Both the old and new CD rates are listed below. You can see how these new rates compare with other bank CD rates by searching our rate lists at MonitorBankRates.com.
TriState Capital Bank Jumbo CD Rates
Astoria Bank CD rates were increased on intermediate term and long term certificates of deposit. The largest CD rate increase was on Astoria Bank’s 5 year certificate of deposit which was increased 25 basis points. 5 year CD rates were increased from 1.49 percent with a yield of 1.50 percent to 1.73 percent with a yield of 1.75 percent.
The 25 basis point increase puts Astoria Bank’s 5 year rate at 9th place on our rate list, up from 17th. Right now the top 5 year CD rate on our list is from Popular Direct at 2.03 percent with a yield of 2.05 percent. You can see the complete list of 5 year CD rates by searching our rate database at MonitorBankRates.com.
Other Astoria Bank CD rate increases include the bank’s 18 month CD rate which was increased from 0.75 percent to 0.80 percent.
The bank’s 2 year and 30 month CD rates were both increased from 1.04 percent with a yield of 1.05 percent to 1.14 percent with a yield of 1.15 percent.
4 year CD rates were increase from 1.39 percent with a yield of 1.40 percent to 1.49 percent with a yield of 1.50 percent.
You can find the best CD rates at MonitorBankRates.com.
EverBank CD rates, which are changed at least twice a month, were increased this week. This time CD rates at EverBank were increased for both short term and long term certificates of deposit. The last time their CD rates were changed was just over a week ago on October 7, 2016.
The largest CD rate increase was on 5 year certificates of deposit which were increased 9 basis points. 5 year CD rates were increased from 1.79 percent with a yield of 1.81 percent to 1.87 percent with a yield of 1.89 percent. With this rate increase, EverBank is now at 4th place on our 5 year CD rate list.
EverBank CD Rate Changes
Synchrony Bank, formerly run as GE Capital Retail Finance Corporation, has consistently offered some of the best CD rates for the past couple of years. Synchrony Bank CD rates are usually in the top 5 rates available in our database.
Let’s take a brief look at the bank’s history. Synchrony Bank and its parent company, Synchrony Financial, were created when GE Capital spun off GE Capital Retail Finance Corporation. Synchrony Financial was spun off as an initial public offering and it raised almost $3 billion. The stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol SYF.
Most of the big banks shun deposits these days but Synchrony Bank is always actively seeking deposits. This is the main reason CD rates at Synchrony Bank are very competitive. One of the ways Synchrony Financial funds its retail credit card business is by raising deposits through the bank division.
Synchrony Financial is a leader in financing major consumer purchases, funding health care procedures, and is the largest provider of private label credit cards in the United States. Private label credit cards are cards other than the major credit cards like Amex, Visa, Master Card, etc. For example, the credit cards department stores and home improvement stores offer are private label.
Synchrony Bank’s certificates of deposit, savings accounts, and money market accounts are all insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Synchrony bank’s FDIC cert number is 27314.
Current CD Rates at Synchrony Financial
Synchrony Bank CD Rates
Synchrony Bank Jumbo CD Rates
You can see how Synchrony Bank’s CD rates compare with other bank CD rates.
Four banks and one credit union changed their CD rates this past week. The good news is most of the CD rate changes were higher, despite the fact that the Fed didn’t increase the fed funds rate. 24 CD rate changes were made last week and only two CD rates were lowered, both from Connexus Credit Union.
You can see how the CD rates listed below compare with other rates available by searching our database of CD rates at MonitorBankRates.com.
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