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Eastern New York FCU CD Rates

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Eastern New York FCU is advertising regular share CD rates and Individual Retirement Account CD rates. The credit union is advertising CD rates for regular certificates of deposit ranging in terms of 3 months to 60 months. IRA certificates of deposit are available in terms ranging between 12 months to 60 months.

The credit union’s short term CD rates are some of the highest short term CD rates currently available



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The credit union’s 90 day certificate of deposit currently has a CD rate of 0.85 percent with an annual percentage yield (APY) of 0.853 percent. That rate is about double the current national average 3 month CD rate of 0.43 percent.

12 month certificates of deposit have a current CD rate of 1.25 percent with an APY of 1.257 percent. That rate is above the current national average 12 month CD rate of 0.96 percent.

Share CD Rates and APY




  • 6-11 months APY 0.80% CD Rates 0.80%  - $500 Min


  • 12-23 months APY 1.00% CD Rate 1.00% - $1,000 Min


  • 24-35 months APY 1.51% CD Interest Rates 1.50% - $1,000 Min


  • 36-47 months APY 1.76% CD Interest Rate 1.75% - $1,000 Min


  • 48-59 months APY 2.01% Best CD Rates 2.000% - $2,500 Min


  • 60 months APY 2.27% Best CD Rate  2.25% - $2,500 Min


IRA CD Rates and APY




  • 12-23 month APY 1.26% IRA CD Rate 1.25% - $1,000 Min


  • 24-35 month APY 1.75% IRA CD Rate 1.76% - $1,000 Min


  • 36-47 month APY 2.01% IRA CD Rate 2.00% - $1,000 Min


  • 48-59 month APY 2.27% IRA Best CD Rate 2.25% - $2,500 Min


  • 60 month APY 2.50% IRA Best CD Rates 2.52% - $2,500 Min


CD rates change constantly. For the most current CD rates from Eastern New York Federal Credit Union’s and information about joining the credit union visit enyfcu.org.

 
Author: Brian McKay
July 1st, 2010