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Honolulu Metro Area

Including Honolulu, Hilo, Kahului, Kapolei, Pearl City, Waipahu, Lihue, Mililani, Kailua, Lahaina, and 47 other towns.

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Honolulu is both the state capital and the most populated city in Hawaii. Honolulu is known widely as a tourist destination for Americans and foreigners, alike. It is a culturally diverse place with cuisine and traditions from the east, west and pacific cultures. Honolulu is also a major military defense city, with historical recognition as a city near to Pearl Harbor, where Japanese attacks were carried out during World War II. What many people do not know its hat Honolulu is also a major international business hub as it serves as a gateway between the east and the west. It boast a very high ranking in world livability and is the second safest city in the United States. Due to all of these factors, there is an enormous banking industry in Honolulu as well. For individuals and families who live in Honolulu or are there for business or pleasure, they will find many banking options to suit any need they might have.

Honolulu is the headquarters of 9 banks and 71 credit unions. Some of the more notable institutions that are headquartered in the Honolulu area include Bank of Hawaii, American Savings Bank, First Hawaiian Bank, Central Pacific Bank, and Territorial Savings Bank. First Hawaiian Bank is the oldest bank in the area, having been established over 150 years ago, in 1858. There are also 4 other banks and 10 other credit unions that have branches in the Honolulu area, which adds up to a total of approximately 480 branches.

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PenFed’s New Money Market Certificate Rates
PenFed’s new CD rates aren’t blog-worthy, but at least they’re moving in the right direction. Hoping for wow-worthy (like in 2013) for later this year. 1.46% APY 1-year (was 1.41%)
Small CD Rate Hikes At Penfed
The good news is that PenFed increased some of its CD rates at the start of September. The bad news is their rates are still lower than several internet banks.
Navy Fed’s New Competitive Special Certificate: 5-Month ($10K Max)
Deal Summary: 3% APY 5-month add-on CD, Maximum deposit $10k. Availability: Requires a connection to the military. Navy Federal Credit Union’s (Navy Fed) has come out with another high-rate add-on
3% 5 Month Taxable CD - $10K Max
my understanding is that this is for taxable accounts only. Very short term, but better than money market rates.
Navy Federal Increases 2-Year IRA CD Rates
Navy Federal Credit Union made an unusual rate increase this week. Its 2-year IRA certificate rates increased 20 bps. The new 2-year IRA certificate rates: 1.76% APY minimum $1,000 1.80%
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