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By Dwight Johnston | July 27, 2017

Yesterday's FOMC statement has bond traders thinking Fed tightening might be over.

By Dwight Johnston | July 20, 2017

Speculative bond traders see in Europe the opportunity to put the market back on track.

By Jim Blaine | July 11, 2017

Jim Blaine remembers the man who made a major mark in his St. Louis community and well beyond.

By Dwight Johnston | July 6, 2017

Why some traders are worried about President Trump’s visit to Europe for the G-20 summit.

By Jon Jeffreys | July 3, 2017

While the NCUA and the industry examines the merger process, maybe it’s time to consider providing a way for credit unions considering going away to save their value and re-deploy it for the common good.

By Chip Filson | July 3, 2017

A Keystone State credit union vanishes to merger but not without a fight.

By Jay Johnson | July 3, 2017

The success of both the credit union and the member should increase as their relationship deepens over time.

By Dwight Johnston | July 1, 2017

Shorter-term rates have moved higher, but the bumps in the overnight rate have had little impact past the two-year note.

By Chris Howard | July 1, 2017

Ongoing planning beats static plans every time. Now’s the time to learn the practice of real strategic thinking.

By Chip Filson | June 30, 2017

A look at one recent merger shows how information shared and withheld can influence the outcome: the disappearance of yet another credit union with a proud, long history.

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