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Sioux City Area

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Banking in the Sioux City Area

Sioux City is a city in northwest Iowa, which shares a border with both Nebraska and South Dakota. Sioux City has about 82,000 people, making it the fourth-largest city in Iowa. The larger Sioux City area covers several counties in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota, and includes the cities of Norfolk, Le Mars, Spencer, Storm Lake, Wayne, Estherville, Hartington, Onawa, Spirit Lake, North Sioux City, and South Sioux City. It has a population of nearly 170,000 people.

Sioux City's largest private employers are food and healthcare companies, but the City has a very large banking industry for its size. There are 86 banks and 11 credit unions that have headquarters in the Sioux City area. Notable institutions with headquarters in the region include MetaBank, Northwest Bank, United Bank of Iowa, The Security National Bank of Sioux City, Iowa, and American State Bank. The oldest bank with headquarters in the area that is still operating today is Valley Bank & Trust, which was established in 1878. Including financial institutions that are headquartered elsewhere but operate locally, the Sioux City area has nearly 120 banks and 15 credit unions with approximately 350 branches.

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Heritage Bank Offers 6-Month CD Special (2.31% APY) Nationwide
Deal Summary: 6-month Triple Option CD Special, 2.31% APY ($100k), 2.21% APY ($10k), additional deposits, unlimited rate bumps, penalty-free withdrawals possible. Availability: Nationwide Minnesota-based Heritage Bank had been offering very
Northwest Bank Compass Rewards Checking Earns 3.04% APY
Deal Summary: Compass Rewards Account, 3.04% APY on qualifying balances up to $25k. Availability: Residents of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, and South Dakota through online application. With many online savings account
As Rates Fall, the Appeal of High-Yield Reward Checking Grows
After yesterday’s Fed rate cut (the third since July), I’m afraid savers should expect more rate cuts on their online savings accounts. As those rates fall, high-yield reward checking accounts
Wells Fargo Drops Rates Again
The slide continues. Will it stop anytime soon
Wells Fargo Rate Drops
Wells drops rates again
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