California CD Rates Articles


CA Bank Highest 1-Year CD Rates

United Central Bank 1.51% Habib American Bank 1.50% California First National Bank 1.33% Bank of Internet USA 1.31% Pacific Mercantile Bank 1.31% American Plus Bank 1.26% Redding Bank of Commerce 1.26% OneWest Bank 1.25% Wilshire State Bank 1.10% Banco Popular 1.05% Beal Bank 1.01%

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Think Twice About 5-year California IRA CDs

Famed equities investor John Hussman, whom we greatly respect, once wrote an article where he predicted terrible results for the next 10 years of US equity returns. You must remember that U.S. stock returns for the last lost decade (0% returns for 10 years) were something we just went through, and Hussman does not see […]

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CA CD Rates for 1-year Deposits

Here are the best rates from California banks for one-year certificates of deposit: United Central Bank 1.51% F & A Credit Union 1.50% Alliant Credit Union 1.40% American Plus Bank 1.26% Redding Bank of Commerce 1.26% Nationwide Bank 1.25% Pacific Mercantile Bank 1.20% OneWest Bank 1.20% Chevron Federal Credit Union 1.20% Lockheed Federal Credit Union […]

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Best California CD Rates Comparison – December 1, 2010

Our California banking editor has out together this updated list of the best California CD rates  right now. This list also contains the highest CA CD rates from national banks, too. Use this list to compare  the highest California CD interest rates from local CA banks and other California financial institutions together with the best nationwide […]

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ING Direct Offers 1.25% APY 1-year CD Rate

ING Direct is sending out a national campaign for its 1.25% APY one-year CD. Considering that the average one-year cd interest rate nationwide is around .50%, this might be something to look into. Personally we expect interest rates to be rising soon because the Fed’s QE2 policy has not led to lower rates but higher […]

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Best California CD Rates Comparison – 11/4/10

Here is our latest California banking editor’s list of the best California CD rates at the moment. This list also contains the highest CA CD rates from national banks, too. Compare and contrast the highest California CD interest rates from local CA banks and financial institutions together with the best nationwide rates available in California. […]

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California Money Markets Paying Less than 1-year CDs

Many California residents park their cash in California money market accounts hoping for great rates. It turns out that most one year CDs are paying far more than the money market rates. Only a few CA money market accounts are currently paying over 1.00% per annum whereas quite a few California banks offer one-year CD […]

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Best California CD Rates Comparison – 10/27/10

Here is our latest California banking editor’s list of the best California CD rates at the moment. This list also contains the highest CA CD rates from national banks, too. Compare and contrast the highest California CD interest rates from local CA banks and financial institutions together with the best nationwide rates available in California. Shop around […]

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Best California CD Rates Comparison Table – 10/20/10

Here is our California banking editor’s list of the best California CD rates at the moment. This list also contains the highest CA CD rates from national banks, too. Compare and contrast the highest California CD interest rates from local CA banks and financial institutions together with the best nationwide rates available in California. TERM RATE BANK […]

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Best California CD Rates Comparison Table

Here is the list of the best California CD rates at the moment. Compare and contrast the highest California CD interest rates from local California banks and financial institutions. TERM RATE BANK MIN. DEPOSIT 3-month CD 1.00% APY OneWestBank American Plus Bank First Choice Bank $1000 $1000 $1000 6-month CD 1.55% APY F&A?Credit Union $1000 […]

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