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Colorado Federal Savings Bank CD Rates

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Colorado Federal Savings Bank is advertising some of the highest CD rates currently available from any bank or credit union. Colorado Federal Savings Bank is advertising certificates of deposit with terms of 6 months to 60 months. The minimum opening certificate of deposit balance is $5,000.

Colorado Federal Savings Bank’s short term CD rates are some of the best CD rates available. Colorado Federal Savings Bank’s 6 month CD rate is 1.14 percent with an annual percentage yield (APY) of 1.15 percent. The bank's 6 month CD rate beats most 12 month CD rates available today. The 6 month bank CD rate is almost double the current national average 6 month CD rate of 0.58 percent.



Colorado Federal Savings Bank’s 12 month CD rate is 1.44 percent with an APY of 1.45 percent. That CD rate beats the current national average 12 month CD rate of 0.83 percent.

Colorado Federal Savings Bank’s 18 month bank CD rates are advertised at 1.54 percent with an APY of 1.55 percent. The bank's 18 month CD interest rates are better than the current national average 18 month CD rate of 0.98 percent.

Colorado Federal Savings Bank’s 24 month bank CD interest rates are advertised at 1.78 percent with an APY of 1.80 percent. That rate is higher than the current 24 month national average CD rate which is averaging 1.27 percent.

3 year CD rates at Colorado Federal Savings Bank are advertised at 2.13 percent with an APY of 2.15 percent. The national average 3 year CD rate is averaging 1.63 percent this morning.

5 year CD interest rates at  Colorado Federal Savings Bank are offered at 2.71 percent with an APY of 2.75 percent. The current national average 5 year CD rate is at 2.25 percent.

For a current list of current bank CD rates at Colorado Federal Savings Bank’s visit coloradofederalbank.com. Use our CD calculator to calculate your return when investing in a Colorado Federal Savings Bank certificate of deposit.
 
Author: Brian McKay
September 2nd, 2010