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District of Columbia CD Rates

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Right now on our list of 12 month CD rates in the District of Columbia, Tennessee Commerce Bank has the highest CD rate. 12 month certificate of deposit rates at Tennessee Commerce Bank are 1.29 percent with a bank CD yield of 1.30 percent. That rate is considerably higher than the current national average 12 month CD rate of 0.587 percent.

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The second highest bank CD rate on our list in the District of Columbia is offered by both Ally Bank and Union National Bank. Both banks are offering 1 year CD interest rates at 1.23 percent with yields of 1.24 percent. These rates are also more than double the current national average.

Bank of Internet USA has the third best rate on our list in Washington, DC. Bank of Internet's 1 year CD rates are 1.20 percent with a CD yield of 1.21 percent.

Discover Bank and Nationwide bank have the fourth highest interest rates on our list in D.C. Discover and Nationwide are offering 1 year rates at 1.19 percent with a 1 year yield of 1.20 percent.

Rounding out the top 5 CD rates is AIG Bank with a current 1 year rate of 1.14 percent with a 1 year yield of 1.15 percent.

CD Rates District of Columbia

  • Tennessee Commerce Bank 1.29% Yield 1.30% Min $2500

  • Ally Bank 1.23% Yield 1.24% Min $ 1

  • Union National Bank 1.23% Yield 1.24% Min $5000

  • Bank of Internet USA 1.20% Yield 1.21% Min $1000

  • Discover Bank 1.19% Yield 1.20% Min $2500 12 mo

  • Nationwide Bank 1.19% Yield 1.20% Min $10,000

  • AIG Bank 1.14% Yield 1.15% Min $2500

  • 1.10% Yield 1.11% Min $2500

  • EverBank 1.01% Yield 1.01% Min $1500

  • Pentagon Federal Credit Union 1.00% Yield 1.00% Min $1000

  • First Internet Bank of IN 1.00% Yield 1.00% Min $1000

  • Sallie Mae 1.00% Yield 1.00% Min $ 1

You can search our interest rate lists for CD rates, mortgage rates, savings rates, checking account rates, auto loan rates, credit card rates and auto insurance rates in your area.
Author: Lisa Graham
April 11th, 2011