5-Year CD Rates in Greater Miami Region Lower Than National Average

NEW YORK - RateWatch, a premier banking data and analytics service owned by TheStreet, Inc. (NASDAQ: TST), reported today that national averages for CD rates of all durations this week remained unchanged as the Federal Reserve continued to keep the short-term federal funds rate at a range of zero to 0.25% since late 2008.

"Average rates remained unchanged ahead of a two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee," reported Dan Freed, Senior Writer for TheStreet. "The Fed is widely seen as close to ending its bond purchasing program and the consensus is that it will begin raising interest rates toward the middle of 2015."


Avg Rate This week Avg Rate Last week
Money Market 0.15% 0.15%
1 month CD 0.11% 0.11%
3 month CD 0.15% 0.15%
6 month CD 0.23% 0.23%
1 year CD 0.36% 0.36%
2 year CD 0.56% 0.56%
3 year CD 0.75% 0.75%
4 year CD 0.94% 0.94%
5 year CD 1.15% 1.15%

In the Greater Miami Region area, the average 5-year CD rate sat at 1.05%, lower than the national average of 1.15%. Rates on the 5-year CD ranged from 0.15% on the low end to 2.3% at the high end, which can be found at EverBank. The average 3-year CD rate in Greater Miami Region was 0.78% with a range of 0.05% to 1.46% found at EverBank. And if you are on the market for a 1-year CD, take a look at Beal Bank USA, which currently offers a rate of 1.06% as compared to the Greater Miami Region average of 0.45%. Other top rate issuers can be found in the tables that follow.


Avg Rate This
Highest Available
Highest Available Rate Issuer
Money Market 0.15% 0.85% Mercantil Commercebank, National Association
1 month CD 0.11% 0.36% Beal Bank USA
3 month CD 0.18% 0.51% Beal Bank USA
6 month CD 0.26% 0.7% Beal Bank USA
1 year CD 0.45% 1.06% Beal Bank USA
2 year CD 0.64% 1.26% EverBank
3 year CD 0.78% 1.46% EverBank
4 year CD 0.87% 1.85% EverBank
5 year CD 1.05% 2.3% EverBank


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