Tuesday, August 4, 2009
The Certificate of Deposit is an option that is similar to a saving account in a bank. The difference lies in the inclusion of a fixed term period and fixed interest rate. One could obtain a matured amount after the term period elapses. Certificate of Deposit is abbreviated as CD. The CD rates vary based on the term period and the amount deposited. The website monitorbankrates.com is dedicated completely for monitoring and displaying the best bank rates available in the current day. CD rates at banks can also be made known from this website. They also provide information about other types of bank loans and the rates that follow those loans.
Posted by Amit at 11:50 AM