What Are the CD Rates at Chase Bank?


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As of March 2015, the current CD rates vary from 0.02 percent up to 1.05 percent depending on length of time and amount of investment. A longer time period and a larger amount earns higher returns.

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What Are the CD Rates at Chase Bank?
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Chase Bank's CD rates are available for periods ranging from one month to 120 months. The investment amounts are broken into six ranges, with the lowest range being anything under $9,999.99 and the highest range being anything higher than $250,000. A Certificate of Deposit is a financial instrument that allows the consumer to earn higher interest yields by committing a certain amount of funds. Penalties may apply to withdrawals of funds prior to the CD's maturity date.

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