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|Rate Search Results||Click here for column definitions|
|Old Dominion National Bank||01/19/17||1.98||D||2.00||$500|
|Sandy Spring Bank||01/19/17||1.64||D||1.65||$1,000|
|Presidential Bank, FSB||01/19/17||1.52||M||1.53||$1,000|
|Urban Partnership Bank||01/19/17||0.70||S||0.70||$500|
|Capital One, NA||01/19/17||0.60||M||0.60||$1,000|
|PNC Bank, NA||01/19/17||0.55||M||0.55||$1,000|
|Bank of America||01/19/17||0.15||M||0.15||$1,000|
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