In light of recent interest rate increases, a recent Fortune article states that “though the major banks are lightning fast at hiking rates on loans, they take their time in raising the rates they pay out on savings accounts.” Banks are struggling to identify the inflection point for when deposit rates need to be increased – both for liquidity and customer expectation reasons. Many banks also have large deposit reserves, so there’s little internal pressure to make a move by increasing deposit rates.
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