Archive for January, 2010

Citibank CD Rates Review

Citibank is one of the most reliable and trustworthy banks in the US today. The CDs offered by Citibank have one of the highest CD rates in the market today and they also have variable term periods ranging from 3 months to five years. The most convenient aspect of these CDs is that they can […]

Chase CD Rates Today

Chase Bank is one of the reliable banks that offer many savings options for its customers. Certificate of Deposit (CD) is a savings option in which the customer deposits a certain amount of time for a fixed period of time. At the end of the term the customer can withdraw the money along with an […]

What is a Certificate of Deposit?

Something that we here at Highest CD Rates Info get asked a lot is what, exactly, is a CD and how do they work versus regular savings or investment accounts. So we thought an overview of CDs would be appropriate. What is a certificate of deposit? That is a question often asked by people who […]

ING CD Rates

Since we here at Highest CD Rates Info haven’t updated you on how ING CD rates are doing in a little while, we thought it was time to do so.  ING Direct is a premium financial institution that has an extensive network of branches in the United States. CD account rates at ING are lower […]

HSBC CD Rates

It’s been a while since we here at Highest CD Rates Info brought you the latest on HSBC certificate of deposit rates, so we thought we’d give an update. *Editor’s Note: this is an older article, and we have recently updated our research about current HSBC CD Rates.  For our latest article on HSBC Certificate […]

Compass Bank CD Rates

Compass Bank is located in the Sunbelt region and is the third largest bank in Alabama. They offer many savings options like savings account, CDs and IRAs. One of the highlights of their CDs is the simplicity associated with it. The investor has to simply put in the money for a period of time and […]

First Tennessee CD Rates

First Tennessee Bank offers three kinds of CD products and they are Regular CD, Add-On CD and RateClimber CD. The regular CD has flexible payment options and the period of investment can vary from 1 month to 60 months. The interest is compounded annually and the interest is paid out monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or yearly. […]

Sovereign Bank CD Rates

Tracking various banks as we do, we here at Highest CD Rates Info often find something interesting. Today, we’re sharing some new information regarding Sovereign Bank CD rates. *Editor’s Note: this is an older article, and we have recently updated our research about current Sovereign Bank CD Rates.  For our latest article on Sovereign Bank Certificate […]