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CD Rates Leaderboard For June 23:
Three Top Returns Jump Higher

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Banks boosted not one, not two, but three top returns on our CD Rates Leaderboard today.

We can’t remember the last time we had so much good news to report in a single day.

Quaint Oak Bank, which had been tied for the best nationally available rate on 36-month CDs, raised its return from 2.00% APY to 2.10% APY.

That makes it the sole leader for 3-year certificates of deposit.

The small bank with a single branch in suburban Philadelphia also boosted its 60-month CD rate from 2.75% APY to 2.85% APY.

The increase pushed Quaint Oak ( past Sovereign Bank (which continues to pay 2.80% APY) into the top spot in our rankings of the best 5-year CD rates.

And finally, Nexity Bank ( reversed yesterday’s decision to cut its return on 12-month CDs from 1.31% APY to 1.27% APY.

By returning to 1.31% APY, the online bank based in Birmingham, Ala., edges back in front of MetLife Bank, which continues to pay 1.30% APY on 1-year CDs.

Quaint Oak requires a very modest $500 minimum deposit to take advantage of these rates.

Nexity imposes a $1,000 minimum deposit on savers.

Banks qualify for our rankings by selling their certificates of deposits to savers nationwide, either through their websites or by mail.

You’ll always find the best nationally available deals on all of the most popular certificates of deposit on our CD Rates Leaderboard.

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