Jan. 27, 2003


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  • great info,
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  • Great Analysis!
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • Very useful info! We need more comparative analytics. However, you do need to point out that banks and especially thrifts sell substantial assets to husband capital and keep asset growth down. so asset growth, alone, is no longer an accurate measure of financial "growth" or activity.Credit unions tend to manage a stock of assets rather than a flow of assets (they sell relatively few loans). I know that this comment violates the credit union "feel good" principle, but that's life!
    Anonymous
     
     
     
 
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