CD rates at banks are starting to move higher as financial institutions move to increase rates to attract deposits. Banks and credit unions are looking to lock in deposits at lower current rates before rates move higher. CD rates are tied to the fed funds rate so when the fed funds rate is increased, CD rates follow higher. The Fed is expected to increase the fed funds rate sometime in 2015.
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