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CD rates in D.C. Metro, Washington D.C.

By Mitch Strohm · Bankrate.com
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Posted: 10 am ET

The Fed is keeping rates incredibly low, and it's being reflected in CDs. The average one-year CD rate is currently at 0.3 percent. But there are still some institutions posting higher yields. Use our research to find the best CD rates in Washington D.C.

You can count on traditional CDs in the District of Columbia being safe. They are insured by the FDIC up to $250,000 per depositor at banks. Credit unions also get insured up to the same amount by the NCUA. Check out our survey and find CD rates in Washington D.C. today.

CD rates in D.C. Metro, Washington D.C.

Here are the CD rates in Washington, D.C., as of 10:00 a.m.

Institution APY Min Deposit
Ally 1.04% $0
Presidential Bank, FSB 0.75% $1,000
Acacia Federal Savings Bank 0.7% $500
Colombo Bank 0.45% $1,000
American Bank 0.65% $2,000
OBA Federal Savings Bank 0.3% $1,000
Capital One, NA 0.15% $1,000
Bank of America 0.03% $1,000
BB&T 0.15% $1,000
SunTrust Bank 0.1% $2,000
Wells Fargo Bank 0.05% $2,500

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