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The Federal Reserve could get benefits from buying assets other than long-term U.S. debt if in a future downturn it could not buy any more government read more
Unless my eyes deceived me, I saw an ad on Ally's website for a limited-time promotion of a 1.50% APY "Select CD." The promotion runs through read more
My new favorite credit union has just turned its "Summer Celebration" CD promotion into an "Autumn Celebration" CD promotion. This involves the same read more
From Yahoo! Finance: An unusually large group of Federal Reserve policymakers appeared before activists on Thursday and defended their plans to raise read more
For those that have or had CD accounts with US Alliance, how did you redeem your certificates upon maturity? I have read their disclosures and they say read more
Synchrony finally got around to dropping 5-year CD rates like the other top Internet banks. It's now 1.85% APY for $25k-plus (1.80% APY for read more
It looks to me like XCEL has cut a bunch of CD rates--e.g., the 3-year rate is now only 1.20% APY. The 5-year CD rate remains at 2.00% APY.
Live Oak Bank has dropped its 5-year CD rate from 2.00% to 1.75% APY,,and its 4-year CD rate from 1.75 to 1.65% APY.
I popped for the $250 bonus for opening a 50K IRA account with Ally earlier in the year. They're supposed to post the bonus at the end of this read more
Looks to me like Alliant CU has also dropped 5-year CD rates in the last few days. It's now 1.85% APY for $25k-plus, 1.80% APY for less than
GS Bank has dropped its 5-year CD rate from 2.00% APY to 1.85% APY. So much for the "2% Club" (although Synchrony seems to be hanging in there).
XCEL Federal CU reduced the APY on its' 5 year CD (from 2.20%) to 2.00% today; EWP=180 days (unchanged).
Nationwide has dropped its 5-year CD rate from 1.95% APY (2% for jumbo) to 1.70% APY (1.75% for jumbo). Reflecting something of an "inversion," read more
Am I wrong, or did GS Bank just raise its 12-month CD rate to 1.20% APY? I haven't been following this maturity at all closely, but the last I remember it read more
I'm not sure when this changed but it was 2.05% until very recently.
I’ve just discovered that the information about my POD accounts (POD status, name of beneficiary) that is required to be maintained by the bank under FDIC read more
CIT further dropped longer-term CD rates. It's 5-year Term CD is now at 1.75% APY. This one-time rate leader is now uncompetitive, although my read more
The Synchrony online access which was scheduled to be down over the weekend for systems maintenance is still not available on Wednesday: htt read more
I just noticed that Alliant is now posting a 1.95% APY for its 5-year "jumbo" CD. When I'd previously checked it, on Monday, it was 2.06% read more
They made me join some lame $5 outfit, I did. They had me fund a Savings Acct. with $5. I did. When I wanted to move over $240K to eventually fund read more
This will be my first time to invest in a new issue CD so I'm asking the community for their opinion if this is a good investment. I have 15K parked in a read more
Gee, how surprising. PHILADELPHIA - The Federal Reserve chairwoman, Janet L. Yellen, dropped previous assurances that she expected the central bank to read more
Lock in those 5-year 2.00% APY offerings while you can... In a dovish shot across the bow of a Federal Reserve widely expected to raise U.S. interest read more
The shockingly weak jobs report takes a June rate hike off the table, and the chances of a move at the next meeting in July are also significantly read more
It looks like NASA has bumped the posted rate on its 49-month CD special from 2.00% to 2.20% APY. This rate has been yo-yoing for quite awhile.
I just received a revised Consumer Deposit Account Agreement from Synchrony. There are a number of changes, but the most significant is an increase read more
A couple of new nationally-available CD promotions some may want to look at: Elements Financial--1.50% APY 22-Month CD Velocity--1.61% APY read more
Andrews is offering 6- and 18-month CD specials in May: 6 months--3.25% APY for military, 3.00% APY for civilian--$10k max 18 months--2.25% APY for read more
Mountain America has increased its 5-year CD rate to 2.30% APY.
GS Bank has completed its acquisition of the deposit business of GE Capital Bank. So far, it seems to have kept the latter's posted deposit rates. Let's read more