A certificate of deposit or CD is a type of financial asset known as a time deposit. CDs are a type of debt instrument over a fixed term (often specified in years) and usually priced at a fixed interest rate. The issuer of a CD to be held until maturity, at which time they can be withdrawn and interest paid.
See also deposit, assets, and financial asset.
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