CD, Savings & Money Market
1 year CD
Unemployment is around 7.8% as some
states started to report improved employment numbers. Global investors are getting nervous as
they get a hint of how much money the US is going to need to fund the deficit. The 10 year
Treasury bond yields 2.16% as the Fed continues to hold rates down. That all being said,
cd rates remain
Global stocks rose for the first time in five days, commodities gained and Treasuries slid as U.S.
reports showed consumer confidence reached the highest level since 2008 and home values jumped the most in
seven years. The yen weakened while the dollar rose.
The MSCI All-Country World Index gained 0.4 percent while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index climbed 0.6
percent to 1,660.06 at 4 p.m. in New York and the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 106.29 points to 15,409.39, returning to a record. The
10-year Treasury yield surged 16 basis points to 2.16 percent, the highest since April 2012. Japan’s currency slid against 14 of its 16 major peers as an adviser to the prime minister
said the central bank can add to its stimulus. The S&P GSCI commodities gauge jumped 1 percent, the most in
almost a month.
rates are available at some banks for Jumbo
Several banks are now offering penalty
free cd's (make sure to read the small print). Rates on longer term CD's could be attractive
if you are concerned about deflation. Now
might be an excellent time to create a CD Laddering structure for your
In the future this table will be
expanded to include many of the national banks and savings institutions with web banking facilities. Be aware that
the rates change daily and that there is no guarantee that the rates listed will be the same as those offered the
day you check. We will attempt to keep the table as up to date as possible.
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