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Tennessee Commerce 3.27% 36-Month CD

You can still earn more than 3% on the top-paying 36-month CDs.

Yields on these certificates of deposit aren’t falling as quickly as on shorter CDs.

The national average declined just a little from 1.78% APY to 1.73% APY last month, and rates for the best, nationally-available 36-month CDs held their own since we last checked them out in mid-May.

Tennessee Commerce Bank in Franklin is still paying 3.27% APY with a $2,500 minimum deposit.

Next best is Discover Bank at 3.15% APY and the same $2,500 minimum deposit.

Click here to compare those offers with the best CD rates from dozens of other banks in our extensive database.

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  1. BloggingBanks.com said:
    on June 4th at 09:21 am

    Well rates on longer term CDs are not falling because most people are afraid inlfation would kick in around later this year. Oil prices are already higher. If we have high inflation, the FED would have to increase interest rates ..thus in 3 years the one year CD rates could be at 4% or 5%