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Velocity Credit Union Share Certificate Rates
 

Velocity Credit Union Share Certificate Rates

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Velocity Credit Union of Austin, Texas, is advertising several different types of certificates. The highest CD rates are on the Velocity Credit Union's 5 year Inflation Fighter certificate and their Individual Retirement Account (IRA) certificate. Current CD rates on both accounts is 2.59% with CD yields at 2.62%.

Find a list of CD rates at banks by searching our bank CD rates list here: Best CD Rates.

Velocity Credit Union other share certificate rates are not as competitive as their 5 year rates. For example, 1 year CD interest rates are at 0.90% with CD interest yields at 0.90%.

The credit union is also advertising mini-jumbo CD rates. Current 9 month mini-jumbo CD rates are available at 0.70% with a jumbo CD yield of 0.70%. The minimum opening deposit for a mini-jumbo certificate is only $20,000.

Share Certificate Rates from Velocity Credit Union


Mini-Jumbo 91 Days Yield 0.40%
Mini-Jumbo 6 months Yield 0.70%
Mini-Jumbo 9 months Yield 0.70%
Short Term Certificate 91 Days Yield 0.30%
Short Term Certificate 182 Days Yield 0.60%
Short Term Certificate 9 months Yield 0.60%
1 Year Inflation Fighter 1 year and over Yield 0.90%
18 Month Inflation Fighter 18 months and over Yield 0.90%
2 Year Inflation Fighter 2 years and over Yield 1.31%
30 Month Inflation Fighter 30 months and over Yield 1.31%
3 Year Inflation Fighter 3 years and over Yield 1.91%
4 Year Inflation Fighter 4 years and over Yield 2.02%
5 Year Inflation Fighter 5 years Yield 2.62%
2 Year Small Savers Certificate 2 years Yield 1.00%
1 Year IRA Certificate 1 year and over Yield 0.90%
2 Year IRA Certificate 2 years and over Yield 1.31%
3 Year IRA Certificate 3 years and over Yield 1.91%
4 Year IRA Certificate 4 years and over Yield 2.02%
5 Year IRA Certificate 5 years Yield 2.62%

For a current list of Velocity Credit Union share certificate rates go to velocitycu.com. For a list of current bank CD rates from several different banks use our rate list at RatesORama.com.

 
Author: Monica Harris
August 17th, 2011