BAD DAY FOR: Savers, as banks and other financial institutions are slashing yields on savings accounts, CDs, and money market accounts in the wake of the latest Fed interest cuts. Average yields on CDs have fallen to less than 2.75 percent, from near 4 percent last fall, and savings account rates are broadly down. Some small banks still offer higher yields. (The Wall Street Journal)
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