To compare bank certificate of deposit rates, select a time period and then visit Bankrate to see a list of rates, as stated on the official Bankrate website. Certificate of deposit rates change periodically due to fluct... More »

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Bankrate.com is one of many financial websites that compare current bank deposit rates for certificates of deposit, savings, checking and money market accounts. Other websites that offer bank deposit rate comparison incl... More »

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The exchange rates for most U.S. metropolitan banks can be found by using a service called eZforex, according to Travel and Leisure magazine. These rates may be compared to the wholesale, or interbank, exchange rate offe... More »

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The Bankrate and NerdWallet websites both publish up-to-date listings of bank certificate of deposit interest rates, as of 2015. Both sites allow users to search for optimum interest rates based on the minimum deposit re... More »

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As of July 2015, AmTrust Bank offers a 12-month, fixed-rate CD at 1.04 percent interest with a $500 minimum deposit. AmTrust offers online application for its CD offering. AmTrust CDs are FDIC-insured to the maximum amou... More »

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Since certificate of deposit rates depend on location, a person must use BealBank.com to find the rates in a certain area. A person can do this by entering a ZIP code, then viewing local rates. More »

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Bank of America’s Certificate of Deposit rates are available on the bank’s website, BankofAmerica.com. Select Banking from the main menu on the website’s homepage, and then click CDs. This opens a page that lists the typ... More »

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