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Unformatted text preview: profit. But if interest rates have risen, there may be less demand for such lower-yielding CD, which means that he/she may have to sell the CD at a discount and lose some of the investor s original deposit. Deposit brokers do not have to go through any licensing or certification procedures, and no state or federal agency licenses, examines, or approves them. In the event of bank failure, FDIC insurance applies but may be more difficult to realize. Direct deposit CDs are often allowed to mature at the original rate by the acquiring bank, but brokered accounts usually stop paying interest immediately. Brokered depositors may not be timely notified. Further, the FDIC will pay claims on direct deposits within 7 10 days, brokered CD claims may take 30 60 days. Additionally, the FDIC may require that brokered depositors prove they do not hold simultaneous direct and brokered deposits which exceed FDIC limits....
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course ECON 4223 taught by Professor Johnp.willen during the Spring '12 term at UCLA.
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