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18 Month CD

2.30 % APY* Disclosure

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36 Month CD

2.40 % APY* Disclosure

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24 Month CD

2.35 % APY* Disclosure

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6 Month CD

1.00 % APY* Disclosure

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12 Month CD

1.80 % APY* Disclosure

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3 Month CD

0.75 % APY* Disclosure

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60 Month CD

2.65 % APY* Disclosure

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Popular Direct Exclusive Savings

1.50 % APY* Disclosure

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48 Month CD

2.50 % APY* Disclosure

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Make your first deposit. You can fund your new Popular Direct account from either an existing Popular Direct account you own or from an account you own at a different US bank.
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