Personal Finance Blog By MoneyRates - CD Rates

A bond market rebellion brings hope for savings accounts, money market rates

November 17, 2010

For now, the bond market seems to be rebelling against the Fed's quantitiative easing program -- find out what this means for deposit rates.

Criticism of Fed policy goes global

November 10, 2010

As criticism of the Federal Reserve spreads around the world, it could come back to haunt bank depositors.

Don't look now, but stock market hype is making a comeback

November 1, 2010

A successful run by the stock market has ushered in a return of hype, but look past the salesmanship before you invest.

The slide in the US dollar: One of those good news/bad news jokes?

October 11, 2010

Find out what the slide in the US dollar might mean -- to the US economy, and to your bank account.

Jobs report signals more bad news for savings accounts

October 6, 2010

A disappointing jobs report represents more bad news for bank rates.

Corporate cash hoard represents untapped potential for the economy

October 4, 2010

Read why Federal Reserve policy may be backfiring, as corporations hoard cash rather than spend it.

Will money market rates be a victim of the Fed (again)?

September 13, 2010

Find out what leading experts say the Fed's next move will be -- and what your response should be.

Flicker of optimism generates little momentum for money market rates

August 18, 2010

Does yesterday's rise in bond yields indicate that a rise in bank rates is coming?

Has the Fed Painted Itself Into a Corner?

August 16, 2010

Find out what action you can take for better bank rates even while the Fed is forced to keep interest rates low.

Latest Fed action one more slap in the face for CDs, savings accounts and money market rates

August 11, 2010

The Fed's latest policies are holding back interest rates on deposits.
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