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Best Bank Account Interest Rates - Summary For July 9, 2019


The June Fed meeting continues to be having an effect on savings and money market rates. With a Fed rate cut now appearing to be very likely for July, more banks and credit unions have started to cut their online savings and money market rates. The rate cuts haven’t reached a widespread level, but they’re getting close.

There were a few rate hikes in the last two weeks, but these were primarily promotional offerings. Below are the noteworthy savings and money market account rate hikes and cuts that have occurred in the last two weeks:

  • FitnessBank Savings Account (+50 bps to 3.00% APY, $100 min)
  • Northpointe Bank Ultimate Savings (+50 bps to 2.55% APY, $25k min)
  • BBVA Compass ClearChoice Money Market (+10 bps to 2.50% APY, $10k min)
  • Comenity Direct High-Yield Savings (-3 bps to 2.45% APY)
  • CIT Bank Savings Builder (-10 bps to 2.30% APY, $25k min)
  • USALLIANCE Financial High Dividends Savings (-25 bps to 2.25% APY, $500 min)
  • Citizens Access Online Savings (-15 bps to 2.20% APY, $5k min)
  • Sallie Mae Bank Money Market (-10 bps to 2.20% APY)
  • Marcus by Goldman Sachs High-Yield Online Savings (-10 bps to 2.15% APY)
  • Barclays Online Savings (-10 bps to 2.10% APY)
  • PurePoint Financial 13mo No-Penalty CD (-50 bps to 2.00% APY, $10k min)

The rate drops at Citizens Access and Sallie Mae Bank were especially disappointing. These had a history of maintaining rates above the well-established online banks. After these rate cuts, you have to wonder if they’re going to fall in line with the well-established online banks.

There were a few bright spots. One of those bright spots is FitnessBank and their Fitness Savings Account that earns 3.00% APY which places them as the clear rate leader. As the name implies, there’s a catch. To qualify for the 3.00% APY, the customer must meet step count targets (12.5k steps/day on average). The rate goes down substantially for lower step count averages.

Another bright spot is Northpointe Bank and its Ultimate Savings Account which now earns 2.55% APY on balances between $25k and $1m. There’s also a rate guarantee period of three months. Northpointe Bank used to have a 24-month rate guarantee for its Ultimate Money Market Account. That guaranteed 2.30% APY for 24 months. Unfortunately, the guarantee period is now only three months. I think most savers would have preferred the lower rate for the longer guarantee period.

When rates are falling, the longer the rate guarantee period, the better. In addition to savings and money market accounts with promotional rate guarantees, there’s also the no-penalty CD, which has the rate lock of a CD combined with much of the liquidity of a savings account. Unfortunately, we lost a no-penalty CD rate leader. PurePoint Financial slashed its 13-month No-Penalty rate by 50 bps to 2.00% APY. The best deal now for no-penalty CDs is the 13-month No-Penalty CD at Marcus by Goldman Sachs.

Below is a list of the noteworthy no-penalty CDs and promotional savings/money market accounts with rate guarantee periods:

  • 2.55% APY Ultimate Savings with rate guaranteed for 3 months - Northpointe Bank
  • 2.50% APY Money Market with rate guaranteed through 12/31/19 - Northern Bank Direct
  • 2.35% APY 13-month No Penalty CD ($500 min) - Goldman Sachs Bank USA
  • 2.30% APY 11-month No Penalty CD ($25k min) - Ally Bank
  • 2.25% APY 6-month No-Penalty CD ($500 min) - Investors eAccess
  • 2.00% APY 13-month No-Penalty CD ($10k min) - PurePoint Financial

Remember that when talking about no-penalty CDs (that function like Ally’s No Penalty CD), a longer term is always better. Since you can close these types of no-penalty CDs at anytime after the first six days, I can’t think of a reason to choose a shorter-term no-penalty CD if the rate is the same.

Competition from Money Market Funds

Another option for your cash instead of savings accounts and money market accounts are money market funds from brokerages. These don’t have FDIC coverage, but they can be reasonable alternatives to deposit accounts. Back when the Fed was holding rates near zero, money market funds had yields of around 0.01%. Keeping your cash at internet banks made a lot more sense back then. Now, it’s not so clear. Money market fund yields have risen substantially as the Fed hiked rates. However, their yields have been falling in this current environment.

Vanguard Prime Money Market Fund SEC yield continues to be well over 2%. It had a slight rate decrease in the last two weeks, falling from 2.36% to 2.31%. Fidelity Money Market Fund rate had a slight gain. Its 7-day yield increased 1 bps to 2.16%.

Allan Roth has a review at AARP of using money market funds to replace savings accounts. He suggests using funds such as Vanguard Federal Money Market and Vanguard Treasury Money Market instead of the Vanguard Prime Money Market Fund. The yields are slightly lower, but they are a little safer due to recent regulation changes. Treasury money market funds have an additional advantage of generally being exempt from state income taxes.

Municipal money market funds have the advantage of being exempt from federal income tax, but their yields continue to be quite a bit lower than the other money market funds. The yields on the municipal money market funds have been volatile recently. This week, Fidelity is the one with a rate spike. Its 7-day yield increased from 1.15% to 1.53%. Vanguard had a big drop, with the yield falling from 1.71% to 1.44%.

Reward Checking Accounts

Reward checking accounts have bucked the trend of falling rates. In the last two weeks, three accounts had rate gains in my list of nationally-available reward checking accounts. There was only one rate cut. The two most noteworthy rate gains were at Evansville Teachers FCU (+30 bps to 3.30% APY for up to $20k) and at Elements Financial (+100 bps to 3.00% APY for up to $20k).

TAB Bank’s Kasasa Cash account remains the best deal with a 4.00% APY for balances up to $50k.

To find the highest reward checking rates and balance caps in your state or nationwide, please refer to our reward checking rate table. If you're new to reward checking, please refer to my blog post, Overview of Reward Checking and Our Reward Checking Table.

Certificate of Deposit Rates

I’m now publishing my CD survey as a separate post. Please refer to my survey of the best CD rates. This recap will focus on liquid accounts.

CD Deals: I just wanted to include this reminder of a few noteworthy CD deals that are available.

Navy Federal Credit Union surprised me on Monday by raising its 5-year Certificate rate to 3.50% APY on all tiers (minimum deposit is only $1k). This is by far the best long-term CD deal that’s nationally available. Technically, it’s not nationally available since a military connection is required to join. However, there’s a good chance you are eligible. You only need to have a family member who served in the military at some time in the past. I have more details in my Navy Federal Certificate review

Andrews Federal Credit Union still has four very competitive Certificate specials: 8-month (2.86% APY), 17-month (2.95% APY), 55-month (3.05% APY), and 84-month (3.45% APY). Minimum deposit is $1k for all four. Both the 55-month and the 84-month Certificates have an early withdrawal penalty of 360 days of dividends.

This is my new weekly summary with the Fed review split off on a separate blog post. My weekly summaries will now be focused entirely on deposit rates and deals. Please keep all discussion about the Fed, the economy and politics to my Fed/Economy review blog post.

Rates as of July 9, 2019

Checking/Savings/Money Market Accounts:

  • Noteworthy Accounts Available Nationwide:
FitnessBank3.00% (requires using step tracker app and averaging 12.5k steps/day) Fitness Savings Account - Account review
Northpointe Bank2.55% ($25k-$1m, guaranteed for at least 3 months following opening) Ultimate Savings - Account review
Vio Bank2.52% Online High Yield Savings - Account review
Salem Five Direct2.51% eOne Savings (up to $1m), for new customers only - Account review
Western State Bank2.50% (up to $3m)High Yield Money Market - Account review
Investors eAccess2.50% (up to $2m)eAccess Money Market - Account review
BBVA Compass2.50%ClearChoice MMA Promo - Account review
WebBank2.50% ($1k)High Yield Savings - Account review
Northern Bank Direct2.50% ($5k)Money Market (rate guaranteed through December 31, 2019) Account review
Customers Bank2.50% ($25k min)High-Yield Savings Account - Account review
Vibrant Credit Union2.50% ($100k), 0.65% (less than $100k)Purple Money Market - Account review
Banesco USA2.47% ($300)BanesGrow Savings - Account review
earn.bank2.46%Money Market Account - Account review
MemoryBank2.45% ($1 million max) Online Money Market - Account review
Comenity Direct2.45% ($100)High-Yield Savings - Account review
BMO Harris Bank2.45% ($5k)Platinum Money Market (excludes AZ, FL, IL, IN, KS, MN, MO and WI - Account review
UFB Direct2.45% ($25k min)Premium Money Market - Account review
MySavingsDirect2.40%MySavings Account - Account review
Rising Bank2.40% ($1k min)High Yield Savings - Account review
TAB Bank2.40% ($2.5k)High Yield Savings - Account review
All America Bank2.40% (up to $50k), 0.49% ($50k+)Mega Money Market Account - Account review
Redneck Bank2.40% (up to $50k), 0.49% ($50k+)Mega Money Market Account
Quontic Bank2.40% ($100k), 2.35% ($5k), 2.00% APY (up to $5k)Personal Money Market - Account review
CIBC USA (formerly The Palladin PrivateBank)2.39%Agility Savings Account - Account review
NASB2.38% ($50k-$5m) High Rate Savings - Account review
Virtual Bank2.36% eMoney Market Special - Account review
Popular Direct2.36% ($5k min) Popular Direct Plus Savings (60-day freeze on new accounts, see details)Popular Direct Plus Savings - Account review
Marcus by Goldman Sachs2.35%13-month No Penalty CD ($500) - Account review
PNC Bank2.35% Online High Yield Savings (not available in all states) - Account review
Bank 72.35% ($100 min)High Rate Online Savings Account
Bank 72.35% ($5k min)High Rate Online Money Market
Bay State Savings Bank2.35% ($5k)Smile Worcester County Consumer Money Market - Account review
PurePoint Financial2.35% ($10k min)Online Savings - Account review
Live Oak Bank2.30% ($5 million max) Savings Account - Account review
HSBC Direct2.30%HSBC Direct Savings
CommunityWide Federal Credit Union2.30% (penalty-free withdrawals first 5 days of each calendar quarter)High Rate Quarterly Funds Account - Account review
CIT Bank2.30% ($25k min)Savings Builder - Account review
Ally Bank2.30% ($25k)No-Penalty 11-month CD - Account review
MutualOne Bank2.27% ($1m max)Online Statement Savings - Account review
SFGI Direct2.27%SGFI Direct Savings Account - Account review
Synchrony Bank2.25%High Yield Savings - Account review
USALLIANCE Financial2.25% ($500)High Dividend Savings - Account review
BankPurely2.25% ($25k min) PurelyMoneyMarket - Account review
iGObanking.com2.25% ($25k min) MMA, New accounts and new money only - Account review
Zions Bank2.25% ($25k min)Online Money Market (not available in all states) - Account review
Customers Bank2.25% ($25k min)Ascent Money Market Savings (rate guarantee through 6/30/2019 - Account review
My eBanc2.25%Super Saver Money Market - Account review
Presidential Bank2.25% ($100k+), 1.25% ($250k+), 0.25% (less than $100k)Money Market Plus Checking - Account review
Investors eAccess2.25% ($500)6-month No Penalty CD - Account review
Sallie Mae Bank2.20%Money Market Account - Account review
FNBO Direct2.20%Online Savings
Citizens Access2.20% ($5k min)Online Savings Account - Account review
Pacific National Bank2.20% ($5k min) Money Market Deposit Account - Account review
TIAA Bank2.15% (1yr intro rate), 2.00% ($100k+) 1.75% ($50k+) ongoing ratesYield Pledge Money Market - Account review
Marcus by Goldman Sachs2.15%High-Yield Online Savings Account - Account review
Northfield Bank2.15% ($225k max) Online Platinum Savings - Account review
Empower2.15% Savings
CFSB (Colorado Federal Savings Bank)2.15% ($50k+) Premier Savings (New customers) - Account review
Barclays2.10%Online Savings - Account review
Ally Bank2.10%Online Savings - Account review
Discover Bank2.10% Online Savings - Account review
American Express National Bank2.10%High Yield Savings - Account review
Sallie Mae Bank2.10%High Yield Savings - Account review
Alliant Credit Union2.10% ($100 min)High-Rate Savings - Account review
Bank5 Connect2.05% ($100 min)High Interest Savings - Account review
CIT Bank2.05% ($1k min)11-month No-Penalty CD - Account review
Radius Bank2.05% ($25k+), 1.50% ($2.5k+)Radius High-Yield Savings - Account review
Northpointe Bank2.05% ($25k+), 1.12% (below $25k and $1m+)Ultimate Savings - Account review
First Internet Bank2.02% (no min) Money Market Savings
M.Y. Safra Bank2.01% ($500k max), 1.75% ($500k+) MYSB Direct Online Money Market - Account review
BankUnitedDirect2.01%Online Money Market - Account review
UmbrellaBank.com2.01% ($25k min), 1.00% ($1k)Money Market
PenFed Credit Union2.00% (up to $250k)Premium Online Savings
MidFirst Direct2.00%High Yield Online Savings - Account review
CFSB (Colorado Federal Savings Bank)2.00% High Yield Savings - Account review
Bethpage Federal Credit Union2.00% ($500 min)Money Market
Mutual of Omaha Bank2.00% ($1k min/ $1m max)Online Money Market
BBVA Compass2.00% ($10k min)ClearChoice MMA Promo - Account review
PurePoint Financial2.00% ($10k) 13-month No-Penalty CDInternet bank Account review
Capital One2.00% ($10k+), 0.85% (up to $10k)360 Money Market - Account review
American Heritage Credit Union2.00% ($10k min)High Yield Savings (guaranteed through 12/31/2019)
Hanscom Federal Credit Union2.00% ($25k min)Higher Yield Savings - Account review
Discover Bank2.00% ($100k min), 1.95% ($2.5k) MMA - Account review
Quorum Federal Credit Union1.95%HighQ Savings Account
iGObanking.com1.90%iGOsavings - Account review
BankPurely1.90% ($1 min) SavingPurely - Account review
CIT Bank1.85% ($100 min)Money Market - Account review
ableBanking1.85% ($250 min)Money Market Savings - Account review
Spectrum Credit Union1.85% ($2.5k+), 0.50% ($1+) MarketEdge Money Market
MyBankingDirect1.85% ($25k+), 1.50% ($5k+), 0.25% (less than $5k) Money Market
Self-Help Federal Credit Union1.82% ($500) Money Market - Account review
DollarSavingsDirect1.80%Dollar Savings Account - Account review
Chartway Federal Credit Union1.80% ($500)12-month No Penalty CD - Account review
EBSB Direct1.80% ($10k+), 0.80% ($2m+), 0.50% ($10+)Money Market Special 3 - Account review

Reward Checking Accounts:

  • Noteworthy Accounts Available Nationwide:
Consumers Credit Union5.09% (up to $10k), 0.20% ($10k-$25k), 0.10% ($25k+) Rewards Checking Tier A- debit card and $1k credit card requirements (Changes effective 10/1/18)
La Capitol Federal Credit Union4.25% (up to $3k), 2.00% ($3k-10k), 0.10% ($10k+)Choice Checking
Consumers Credit Union4.09% (up to $10k), 0.20% ($10k-$25k), 0.10% ($25k+)Rewards Checking Tier B- debit card and $500 credit card requirements (Changes effective 10/1/18)
TAB Bank4.00% (up to $50k), 0.25% ($50k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Orion Federal Credit Union4.00% (up to $30k), 0.05% ($30k+)Premium Checking - Account review
Partner Colorado Credit Union3.50% (up to $10k), 0.50% ($10k-$25k), 0.10% ($25k+)High Interest Checking
One American Bank3.50% (up to $10k), 0.25% ($10k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Heritage Bank3.33% (up to $25k), 0.15% ($25k+)eCentive Account
Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union3.30% (up to $20k), 0.00% ($20k+)Vertical Checking - Account review
Dover Federal Credit Union3.25% (up to $30k), 0.25% ($30k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Consumers Credit Union3.09% (up to $10k), 0.20% ($10k-$25k), 0.10% ($25k+)Rewards Checking Tier C - debit card with NO credit card requirements (Changes effective 10/1/18)
Legence Bank3.05% (up to $10k), 0.25% ($10k+)Kasasa Cash
Market USA Federal Credit Union3.01% (up to $15k), 0.05% ($15k+)VIP Checking Platinum Tier - Account review
Main Street Bank3.00% (up to $30k), 0.25% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Elements Financial3.00% (up to $20k), 0.10% ($20k+)High Interest Checking - Account review
MainStreet Bank3.00% (up to $15k), 0.25% ($15k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Lake Michigan Credit Union3.00% (up to $15k), 0.00% ($15k+)Max Checking
INOVA Federal Credit Union3.00% (up to $15k), 0.70% ($15k+)Shield Checking - Account review
Signature Federal Credit Union3.00% (up to $15k), 0.10% ($15k+)Choice Checking
All America Bank3.00% (up to $10k), 0.50% ($10k+)Ultimate Rewards Checking
Redneck Bank3.00% (up to $10k), 0.50% ($10k+)Redneck Rewards Checking
Great Lakes Credit Union3.00% (up to $10k), 0.20% ($10k+)Free Checking
Georgia Banking Company2.95% (up to $25k), 1.00% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
XCEL Federal Credit Union2.50% (up to $25k), 0.25% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash Checking
Envision Bank2.50% (up to $25k min), 0.15% ($25k+)Envision Max - Account review
Hanscom Federal Credit Union2.50% ($15k min), 0.40% ($15k+)Kasasa Cash Checking - Account review
Industrial Bank2.50% (up to $15k), 0.25% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash
Campus Federal2.31% (up to $10k), 0.05% ($10k+)Lagniappe Checking
New Buffalo Savings Bank2.27% (up to $15k), 0.2497% ($15k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Bellco Credit Union2.25% (up to $25k), 0.25% ($25k+)Boost Interest Checking - Account review
Garden Savings Federal Credit Union2.25% (up to $15k), 0.20% ($15k+)Platinum Checking
TruStone Financial Credit Union2.02% (up to $20k), 0.10% ($20k+)TruRate Checking - Account review
BankFirst2.02% (up to $10k), 0.15% ($10k+)Kasasa Cash
Finex2.018% (up to $25k), 0.20% ($25k+)Axcess Rewards Checking, Premier Account (formerly First New England Federal Credit Union)
Bay State Savings Bank2.01% (up to $20k), 0.25% ($20k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
Hawaii Pacific Federal Credit Union2.00% (up to $25k), 0.25% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash Checking
Northwest Federal Credit Union2.00% (up to $25k), 0.25% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash - Account review
5Star Bank2.00% (up to $25k), 0.15% ($25k+)Kasasa Cash Checking Account review
Country Bank2.00% (up to $20k), 0.25% ($20k+)Kasasa Cash Checking Account review
First Tech Federal Credit Union2.00% (up to $15k), 0.20% ($15k+)Dividend Rewards Checking
Blue Federal Credit Union2.00% (up to $15k), 0.10% ($15k+)Extreme Checking (up to 4% w/account relationships) - Account review
United Educators Credit Union2.00% (up to $10k), 0.25% ($10k+)Kasasa Cash
KS StateBank1.90% (up to $25k), 0.50% ($25k+)Check PLUS - Account review
Connexus Credit Union1.75% (up to $25k), 0.25% ($25k+)Xtraordinary Checking
Superior Choice Credit Union1.75% ($30k-$75k), 1.50% (up to $30k)AMP Checking
Axos Bank1.25% (up to $150k), 0.00% ($150k+)Rewards Checking

Certificates of Deposit:

Bank Account Alternatives - May Not Be FDIC Insured

GM Financial Right Notes2.75% ($500+)
Duke Energy PremierNotes2.65% ($50k+), 2.50% ($10k+), 2.45% (less than $10k)Duke Energy PremierNotes review
Ford Interest Advantage2.65% ($50k+), 2.50% ($15k+), 2.45% (less than $15k)Ford Interest Advantage review
Wealthfront2.57% Cash Account Cash Management Account
Haven2.35% Haven Money Savings Program Cash Management Account
Vanguard Prime Money Market Fund2.31% 7-day yield
Ally Financial Demand Notes2.25% ($50k+), 2.10% ($15k+), 1.90% (less than $15k)
SoFi2.25% SoFi Money Cash Management Account
Fidelity Money Market Fund2.16% 7-day yield
Aspiration2.00% Spend and Save Account Cash Management Account
Fidelity Municipal Money Market Fund1.53% 7-day yield
Vanguard Municipal Money Market Fund1.44% 7-day yield

Removed, No Longer Available Nationwide

Susquehanna Community Bank2.53% ($100k+) Eagle Premium Savings - Account review

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kcfield   |     |   Comment #1
As I shared with Ken, Michigan Educational Credit Union in Michigan has maintained their 3.15% five year CD (certificate) rate, even amid the Fed tightening. Their four year CD is 2.95%. It would be helpful if Deposit Accounts would add their EWP information, which has now been made public for several months and is listed on the MECU website. Their EWP for long term CDs is just nine months.Terms of 1 to 2.5 years incur a six month penalty. Also, MECU for several years now, is no longer just for educators. They are open to anyone living in Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor area) and multiple other surrounding counties in Michigan. Once you are a member, you are a member for life, no matter where you move. Their customer service is outstanding. When we joined, the rep introduced us to all the staff that were working that day.
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buckeye61   |     |   Comment #14
Synchrony Bank joins the rate cutting party by lowering their savings rate to 2.15%(Was 2.25%). We are in a falling rate cycle and the question will be what institutions will remain the most competitive till rates bottom out.
Jean   |     |   Comment #15
Has anyone done the Capital One $500 bonus? Put 50k into the 360 Money Market fund. (2.00% interest rate.) 500 bucks after 90 days. How long did it take in real time to get the bonus.
Coach   |     |   Comment #18
Why do the Capital One offer, Citi offers $500 if you open checking/saving with only $15,000 and maintain it for 60 days. After the 60 days and qualification for the promotion you can switch checking to a no fee per month simple checking acct. also free checking acct for those 62.5 or older. Not a bad deal when linked to the citi cash back 2% card. For more info go to their website.
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deplorable 1   |     |   Comment #19
I'm skittish on doing any Capital one bonuses because they have excluded all former ING direct account holders in the past. Like Coach says the Citibank offers are better with less lost opportunity cost.
buckeye61   |     |   Comment #20
I did the $200 Capital One Bonus last year. I was also worried about being a former ING Direct customer, but they honored the promotion and payed in a timely manner.
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deplorable 1   |     |   Comment #23
@buckeye61: Good to hear. Did you get a bonus from ING as well?
buckeye61   |     |   Comment #24
yes, I did get a bonus at ING on both the Orange Savings and later on their checking.
midas89   |     |   Comment #16
I just got an email from PurePoint stating my 2.35% savings account rate will be dropping to 2.15% tomorrow.
Smiles   |     |   Comment #17
Me too.
Savings account dropped and NPCD dropped.
Well, I'm still thankful that I have any savings in the first place. And with all these cuts going on, I will pay a smidgen less in taxes next year.
Keep smiling.
look at the big picture
look at the big picture   |     |   Comment #21
Should I move my 50k Purepoint savings (2.15%) over to (2.40%).
Nah. It would only be an extra $125 per year in interest. I'm not that ****-retentive.
pgroove_fan   |     |   Comment #26
Looking at the trend, it seems unlikely that the 2.40% will hold for long anyway. I'm personally leaving most of my liquid savings where they are until things get settled into place. My only "active" change is to pay my bills from accounts that have already dropped their rates. I'll move actual balances around later after Rising and Comenity eventually lower their rates some more and I have my personal winner.
$125   |     |   Comment #22
If I move my Purepoint 50k savings to an account paying 2.40%, it's only an increase of $125 per year in interest. Certainly not worth doing. Not happy with Purepoint, but gotta look at the big picture.
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milty   |     |   Comment #66
For those grandfathered in, looking like EBSB has cut their savings rate from 2.40 to 2.30.

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