CDsYields: 0.95 percent (1-year CD yield); 2.25 percent (5-year CD yield)
There was virtually no movement in CD yields this week, as surveyed by Bankrate.com. That's really not a bad thing, considering the sizable gains yields made last week as compared to the previous week. Holding ground for a bit at this point is OK.
The average yield for one-year CDs fell 1 basis point this week to 0.95 percent. The average yield for a five-year CD also shed 1 basis point to come in at 2.25 percent.
Jumbo CDs saw comparable results, with the average yields for one-year CDs and five-year CDs standing pat for the second week in a row at 1.03 percent and 2.29 percent, respectively.
The average yield for money market accounts dropped 1 basis point to 0.32 percent.
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