Though this Duke Energy product walks and talks like a money market account and though you can write checks on your balance, the people at Duke consider it an investment in their PremierNotes. The 1.41 percent you would get from DUK is enormously better than the miserly 0.35 percent an ignoramus would get from this bank.Read More »
After nearly 14 months of serious objections by lobbyists of the banking industry, the Treasury hopes to issue its first floating rate bond late this year or early in 2014. The specifics aren't published yet and probably won't be until a couple of weeks prior to the issue.
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