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San Jose CD Rates

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Right now on our list of 3 month CD interest rates list in San Jose, California, we found OneWest Bank has the highest interest rate. OneWest Bank's 3 month CD rate is 0.70 percent with a CD yield of 0.70 percent. The current national average 3 month CD interest rate is 0.27 percent, less than half OneWest's rate.

The second best 3 month rate on our list in San Jose, CA  is from Ally Bank. The bank's current 3 month bank CD rate is 0.64 percent with a bank CD yield of 0.64 percent. Ally's 3 month rate is also more than double the national average 3 month rate.



Luther Burbank Savings and Nationwide Bank are tied with the third highest CD rate on our San Jose list of rates. Both banks are offering 3 month rates at 0.60 percent with a 3 month yield of 0.60 percent.

Two banks are also tied with the fourth best CD rate on our list, Discover Bank and Everbank. Bank CD rates at both bank's are offered at 0.55 percent with a yield of 0.55 percent.

CD Rates San Jose, California


OneWest Bank 0.70% Yield 0.70% Min $10,000
Ally Bank 0.64% Yield 0.64% Min $ 1
Luther Burbank Savings 0.60% Yield 0.60% Min $1000
Nationwide Bank 0.60% Yield 0.60% Min $10,000
Discover Bank 0.55% Yield 0.55% Min $2500
EverBank 0.55% Yield 0.55% Min $1500
Bank of the Sierra 0.51% Yield 0.51% Min $1000
First Internet Bank of IN 0.50% Yield 0.50% Min $1000
Tennessee Commerce Bank 0.50% Yield 0.50% Min $2500
Giantbank.com 0.45% Yield 0.45% Min $2500
CapitalSource Bank 0.40% Yield 0.40% Min $10,000
Bank of Internet USA 0.35% Yield 0.35% Min $1000
Bank of America 0.28% Yield 0.28% Min $10,000
Lockheed Federal Credit Union 0.25% Yield 0.25% Min $1000
E-LOAN.com 0.25% Yield 0.25% Min $10,000
Ameriprise Bank FSB 0.25% Yield 0.25% Min $10,000

Find the best CD rates at banks and credit unions in your state or zip code by searching our CD rate tables. You can also use our free CD calculator and CD ladder calculator to help you with your investment decisions.
 
Author: Brian McKay
February 14th, 2011