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High Yield Bank Accounts – October, 2007

This is another update from BankDeals — my favorite banking blog. On average the rates have come down compared to July when I did an update last time. The long term CD’s are affected the most. Market is obviously betting on Fed to keep cutting rates in the near future.

Noticeably, H&R Block and Countrywide are two banks with great CD rates. These two banks have been significantly affected by the sub-prime crisis and aggressive CD rates is a way for them to fix liquidity problems (read more: CNN Money on Countrywide, Reuters on H&R Block).

Checking/Savings/Money Market Accounts:

3-Month Certificates of Deposit:

6-Month Certificates of Deposit:

9-Month Certificates of Deposit:

12-Month Certificates of Deposit:

18-Month Certificates of Deposit:

24-Month Certificates of Deposit:

36-Month Certificate of Deposit:

48-Month Certificate of Deposit:

60-Month Certificate of Deposit:

Source: Bank Deals Weekly Summary for October 27, 2007 at BankDeals

High Yield Bank Accounts – July, 2007

This is another update from BankDeals — my favorite banking blog. FNBO Direct keeps the leading position in savings accounts. I wonder how the rate changes on 9/28 when this deal expires.

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Checking/Savings/Money Market Accounts:

3-Month Certificates of Deposit:

6-Month Certificates of Deposit:

9-Month Certificates of Deposit:

12-Month Certificates of Deposit:

18-Month Certificates of Deposit:

24-Month Certificates of Deposit:

36-Month Certificate of Deposit:

48-Month Certificate of Deposit:

60-Month Certificate of Deposit:

Source: Bank Deals Weekly Summary for July 21, 2007 at BankDeals

High Yield Savings Accounts – May, 2007

This is another update from the banking expert at BankDeals — my favorite banking blog. FNBO Direct raises the bar to 6.00% in savings category, but CD rates overall have been moving side wides compared to last month.

Checking/Savings/Money Market Accounts:

3-Month Certificates of Deposit:

6-Month Certificates of Deposit:

9-Month Certificates of Deposit:

12-Month Certificates of Deposit:

18-Month Certificates of Deposit:

36-Month Certificate of Deposit:

48-Month Certificate of Deposit:

60-Month Certificate of Deposit:

High Rates with Conditions / Large Balances - Open to All

Source: Bank Deals Weekly Summary for May 26, 2007 at BankDeals

High Yield Bank Accounts – April, 2007

Update: go to High Yield Savings Accounts – May, 2007 for an updated summary

This is another update from the banking expert at BankDeals — my favorite banking blog. The CD rates seem to have dropped slightly compared to the last update which I made on March 24, 2007.

Checking/Savings/Money Market Accounts:

3-Month Certificates of Deposit:

6-Month Certificates of Deposit:

9-Month Certificates of Deposit:

12-Month Certificates of Deposit:

18-Month Certificates of Deposit:

36-Month Certificate of Deposit:

48-Month Certificate of Deposit:

60-Month Certificate of Deposit:

High Rates with Conditions / Large Balances – Open to All

Source: Bank Deals Weekly Summary for April 21, 2007 at BankDeals

High Yield Bank Accounts – March, 2007

This is another update from my favorite banking deals blog. Fed held the target for the fed funds rate at 5.25% this week for the sixth consecutive meeting and savings rates don’t seem to have changed much since January when I did this roundup last time.

Checking/Savings/Money Market Accounts:

3-Month Certificates of Deposit:

6-Month Certificates of Deposit:

9-Month Certificates of Deposit:

12-Month Certificates of Deposit:

18-Month Certificates of Deposit:

36-Month Certificate of Deposit:

48-Month Certificate of Deposit:

60-Month Certificate of Deposit:

High Rates with Conditions / Large Balances – Open to All

Source: Bank Deals Weekly Summary for March 24, 2007 at BankDeals




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