The Wall Street Journal posted a video entitled, "Why Your Bank's Savings Rate Isn't Increasing With the Fed's," which says, "The Federal Reserve's interest rate continues to climb, reaching nearly 4% in November. But the average savings account's interest rate is just 0.16%. Here's how banks determine that rate — and which accounts are paying closer to the Fed's." They ask, "But what about the interest rates that make you money, like on your savings accounts? Right now the average savings account pays less than a quarter of a percent, but some savings rates are going up.... Here's why most savings rates and which ones aren't."

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