"Fixed-term bank offering that pays well [1990s to 2000s]" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 23 Oct 2023

"Fixed-term bank offering that pays well [1990s to 2000s]" NYT crossword answer is:

HIGHYIELDCD (11 letters length)

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The fixed-term bank offering that was popular in the 1990s to 2000s was a great way to make a good return on investment. It was a type of savings account that offered a higher rate of interest than a regular savings account, but the money had to be held for a set period of time. This type of account was attractive to investors who wanted to make a good return on their money without having to worry about the stock market. The fixed-term bank offering was a great way to make a good return on investment during the 1990s to 2000s.

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Olivia Langford is the Senior Editor for NY Crossword Today. Armed with a degree in marketing management, she also has an excellent grasp of business strategies and communication trends. She has served as a consultant for a few companies who were looking to improve their stakeholder management — her efforts have resulted in at least 10% increase in sales as well as 5% increase in positive feedback for those brands. Beyond her accomplishments in the business world, Olivia remains deeply committed to social and environmental causes. Through her advocacy efforts, she has championed issues related to sustainability, diversity and inclusion, and corporate social responsibility. A mother of three kids, Olivia lives in a quaint little house in the Indiana countryside. When not working, she can be found tending to her garden.

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