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Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank CD Rates

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Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank of New Orleans, LA, is advertising some of the best CD rates currently available from any bank or credit union. Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank is offering regular certificates of deposit and Individual Retirement Account (IRA) certificates of deposit.

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The bank is also advertising their Plus certificates of deposit and an 18 month variable CD rate IRA certificate of deposit. The current 18 month variable IRA CD rate is 1.83 percent with an annual percentage yield (APY) of 1.85 percent. The minimum opening deposit is $100.

Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank Plus CD Rates and CD Yields




  • 1 Year Plus CD Rate 1.64% CD Yield 1.65%


  • 1 Year Plus IRA CD Rate 1.73% CD Yield 1.55%


  • 3 Year Plus CD Rate 2.37% CD Yield 2.40%


  • 3 Year Plus IRA CD Rate 2.62% CD Yield 2.65%


  • 5 Year Plus CD Rate 2.96% CD Yield 3.00%


  • 5 Year Plus IRA CD Rate 3.20% CD Yield 3.25%


Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank CD Rates and CD Yields




  • 3 Months CD Rate 1.14% APY 1.15%


  • 6 Months CD Rate 1.24% APY 1.25%


  • 1 Year CD Rate 1.73% APY 1.75%


  • 1 1/2 Year CD Rate 1.73% APY 1.75%


  • 2 Year CD Rate 1.88% APY 1.90%


  • 2 1/2 Year CD Rate 1.98% APY 2.00%


  • 3 Year CD Rate 2.47% APY 2.50%


  • 5 Year CD Rate 2.96% APY 3.00%


Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank IRA CD Rates and CD Yields




  • 1 Year CD Rate 1.83% APY 1.85%


  • 1 ½ Year CD Rate 1.83% APY 1.85%


  • 2 Year CD Rate 1.98% APY 2.00%


  • 2 ½ Year CD Rate 2.08% APY 2.10%


  • 3 Year CD Rate 2.71% APY 2.75%


  • 5 Year CD Rate 3.20% APY 3.25%


For a current list of Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank CD interest rates go to fidelityhomestead.com.

 
Author: Brian McKay
May 21st, 2010