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History of savings account interest rates
Let's take a look at how they've moved since 2010.
Putting your nest egg within easy reach when you need it, a savings account is a must-have for many people. Looking at historical savings account rates in terms of their movement alongside the national rate can help you make an informed decision when choosing a bank.
Historical savings account interest rates
The FDIC has only kept track of savings account interest rates from the beginning of 2010. See how the online savings account you’re considering performs compared to previous average market rates.
*Based on the national average interest rates for savings accounts according to the FDIC.
Current savings account interest rates
If you’re shopping around for a new savings account, look for a bank that will give you an interest rate that meets or exceeds the national average. While the market has been pretty stagnant over the last several years, we’re in the beginning of an upward trend, which could mean higher interest rates in the future if you choose an account with a variable rate.
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