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Items Tagged with 'recession'
Cooperatives exist to improve the lives of the members they serve.
October 1, 2012
What CUs do has changed considerably over the years—but why CUs do what they do remains unchanged.Read More
More consumers need a hand surviving the recession and preparing for retirement.
August 20, 2012
Do your members lean on you with their personal finance issues, financial literacy concerns, and other needs?Read More
Don't let aversion to risk sink your CU.
January 2, 2012
Are your practices “tried and true” or “tried and tired?”Read More
Annual auto loan delinquency forecast predicts smoother sailing ahead.
December 15, 2011
Auto loans have performed well since the start of 2010, and originations have increased significantly since second-quarter 2009.Read More
"All aboard" for a look at small business and student lending trends
October 24, 2011
We’ll take a spin through more recession takeaways, fly over some employer trends, chug through some fraudulent facts, and cruise by the latest retail news...Read More
As the economy languishes, many are rethinking their post-work plans.
October 5, 2011
Survey shows nearly four in 10 workers plan to retire after age 70.Read More
Consumer bankruptcy filings among college educated, high-income earners is on the rise.
September 30, 2011
Institute for Financial Literacy releases annual consumer bankruptcy report... plus more research findings.Read More
CUs are exercising post-recession caution with compensation.
August 8, 2011
CUNA is releasing a number of salary surveys to help you keep up with compensation trends for all CU employees from tellers to CEOs.Read More
It’s vitally important to measure, monitor, and control all risk.
June 14, 2011
Fed-funds futures trading shows signs of short-term interest-rate increases beginning later in 2011.Read More
Mortgage-only defaulters aren’t as risky as you’d think, a TransUnion study says.
May 25, 2011
Consumers who defaulted only on their mortgages during the recession are far better credit risks on new loans than those who fell behind on multiple credit accounts.Read More