According to data for the last three months of 2017, Bank of America paid the same amount – .01 percent on average – for U.S. savings accounts that it did when the Federal Reserve started raising rates in 2015.
According to data for the last three months of 2017, Bank of America paid the same amount – .01 percent on average – for U.S. savings accounts that it did when the Federal Reserve started raising rates in 2015. Chuck Burton AP
According to data for the last three months of 2017, Bank of America paid the same amount – .01 percent on average – for U.S. savings accounts that it did when the Federal Reserve started raising rates in 2015. Chuck Burton AP