Union Bank CD Rates December 2012 Update

In this Union Bank CD Rates December 2012 Update the people at Highest CD Rates will be looking into the real value this financial institution has to offer the general public. This is a bank that was founded by the merger of three California banks and two from Japan. One of them has been in business since 1873.

The current CD rates include the 7 to 31 day CD that is earning an APY of 0.05%. This fixed term CD that requires a minimum deposit of $2,500 to open the account.

The following Union Bank certificate of deposit rates require a minimum deposit of $350 to open an account. The 32 to 89 day CD is earning an APY of 0.10%.

The 90 to 179 day CD is earning an APY of 0.10%. The 180 to 364 day CD is earning an APY of 0.20%. The 1 year to 17 month CD is earning an APY of 0.30%.

The 18 to 23 month CD is earning an APY of 0.50%. The 2 year to 35 month CD is earning an APY of 0.50%.

The 3 year to 47 month CD is earning an APY of 0.60%. The 4 year to 59 month CD is earning an APY of 1.01%.

The best CD rates are from the 5 year CD that is earning an APY of 1.25%.

These Union CD rates were posted on December 3, 2012 but are subject to change without any prior notice.

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