certificate of deposit

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Synonyms for certificate of deposit

a debt instrument issued by a bank

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Rates on certificates of deposit - also federally insured - usually exceed 4 percent.
The certificates of deposit issued to licensed banks by the CBO as a monetary policy instrument aimed at absorbing excess liquidity in the banking sector in particular and maintaining stability of the interest rate and the money market in general.
While low interest rates have meant lower home loan and credit card payments, for example, they've also meant poorer returns on savings accounts and certificates of deposits.
Sallie Mae, the US' saving, planning, and paying for college company and a subsidiary of SLM Corporation(NYSE: SLM), has announced that its rates for both 12- and 36-month certificates of deposit have the top rank nationally for five-star-rated banks on Bankrate.
Muscat, February 21 (ONA) Certificates of deposit tender was held at the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) this week.
Certificates of deposit Certificates of deposit (CDs) tender was held at the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) this week.
the bank offers online savings, interest checking, money market accounts, certificates of deposit with terms ranging from three months to five years and IRA Plans and products.
Certificates of deposit (Issue No 638) tender was held at the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) this week.
Certificates of Deposit (CDs) are savings instruments that pay investors a slightly higher interest rate than a regular savings account.
It reflected an increase in certificates of deposit and quasi-money, according to a BOJ official.
For the first time since 2003 there has been a decrease in certificates of deposit issued by the Central Bank, which now total about RD$6 billion.
Stephens instituted the CDARS program, which insures tip to $25 million in certificates of deposit by placing a client's funds among a group of unaffiliated banks.
Certificates of deposit will be issued by each bank holding a depositor's money and each will be insured by the FDIC.
The balance of M2 plus certificates of deposit held principally by corporations, individuals and local governments is considered to be the key money supply gauge, showing the closest correlation to changes in economic activity.
Certificates of deposit (Issue No 796) tender was held at the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) last week.
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