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New England Deal On Five Different CDs

NUVO Bank & Trust Company is offering an impressive quartet of CDs, plus an additional bump-up certificate, to savers along the I-91 corridor from Springfield, Massachusetts to Hartford, Connecticut,.

GE Capital Bank Drops Lots Of CD Rates

The wholly-owned retail banking unit of The General Electric Co. reduced returns on 1-, 2-, 3- and 5-year certificates of deposit.

New Leader In 6-Month CDs Pays 1.05%, The Highest National Rate In Over 3 Years

MySavingsDirect is joining our CD Rates Leaderboard for the first time. But many readers will know the online operation of Emigrant Bank because of its savings accounts.

Here’s A Strategy To Make The Most Of Your CDs While The Fed Dithers Over Rates

By starting with the top nationally available long-term yields and then shrewdly applying an early withdrawal strategy, you can use earn chart-topping returns over a shorter period of time.

New Jersey Deal On 6- And 24-Month CDs

Bogota Savings Bank is paying 1.00% APY on 6-month CDs and 1.45% APY on 24-month CDs that are purchased online with a minimum $1,000 investment.

Rhode Island Deal: 1.50% On 2-Year CDs

Navigant Credit Union’s local deal easily beats the top nationally available return of 1.35% APY from the banks on our CD Rates Leaderboard.

CIT Boosts CD Rates For Its Customers

CIT Bank is once again rewarding customer loyalty by offering slightly higher returns to current customers who open new certificates of deposit.

Houston Deal: 1.40% On 1-Year CDs

First Service Credit Union is beating the best nationally available returns with just a $1,000 minimum deposit.

Elements Financial Offers Nationally Available Step-Up And Add-On CDs

The credit union’s 34-month Rate Climber CD pays an introductory rate of 1.50% APY, and its 54-month Rate Climber CD returns 2.00% APY.