Savings Rates Going Nowhere Since 1st Quarter GDP Growth is Revised Lower
Recent comments by various Federal Reserve Governors on interest rates and the Federal Reserve's accommodative policies also point to more of the same. In the Federal Reserve's June statement of economic policy, 15 of 19 Fed Governors support keeping the fed funds rate low for another two years. This will mean savings rates and money market rates will also remain low for at least two more years.
Best Savings Rates Well Above National Average Rates
The best savings account rates in our rate database are still double the national average savings rate of 0.47 percent. The best rate in our database is more than 16 times the FDIC national average savings rate of 0.06 percent for the week ending June 24, 2013. The highest savings rate in our database is at 1.00 percent from The Palladian PrivateBank.
Below is a list of banks with the highest savings account rates this week:
Best Money Market Rates Higher than National Average Rates
The highest money market rates in our database are also many times the FDIC average this week. The best MMA rate in our database is from EverBank at 0.89 percent APY. Ever Bank's rate is almost 9 times the current FDIC national average money market rate of 0.09 percent. EverBank's rate is also much higher than the FDIC national average jumbo money market rate of 0.15 percent.
Below is a list of banks that are currently offering the best money market rates this week:
Beside finding the best interest rates on savings accounts and money market accounts you can also find the best rates on certificates of deposit at MonitorBankRates.com.
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