Data Cycle

1Q 2016

By Stephanie Clark | Aug. 29, 2016

Penetration metrics are up across all major product types, with share draft penetration topping 50%.

By Liz Furman | Aug. 22, 2016

Loans surpassed $800 billon in the first three months of the year. Here’s how to make sure the industry's growing portfolio stays strong.

By Sam Taft | Aug. 22, 2016

Growth percentiles in major lending categories highlight opportunity and success in the credit union loan portfolio.

By Callahan & Associates | Aug. 8, 2016

Total investments fell slightly as liquidity rose with share balances, following their usual pattern of posting the strongest growth in the first quarter of the year. What else happened in the first quarter of 2016?

By Dwight Johnston | Aug. 4, 2016

Bank of England cuts rates while the American traders chew on domestic numbers and the Fed waits for European picture to clear.

By Dwight Johnston | July 28, 2016

While yesterday's FOMC statement was one of the most positive in quite a while, you wouldn’t know it by looking at where the bond market ended.

By Dwight Johnston | July 21, 2016

Markets are set for day four of the summer snooze fest. If today ends up as dull as the first three days of this week, traders will have a lot of pent up energy to expend tomorrow.

By Dwight Johnston | July 14, 2016

Central bank across the pond chooses to hold rates steady, giving the pound a boost over there and, along with JP Morgan earnings, some market optimism over here.

By Marc Rapport | July 4, 2016

New employer group strategies and a focus on financial wellness have helped KCT get back to basics and sparked a sharp recovery at the suburban Chicago credit union.

By E.C. Harrison | July 4, 2016

The senior human resources manager at Credit Union 1 in Alaska shares tips to work with an office full of millennials as well as a veteran perspective on hiring and firing.

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