Continued High Liquidity Drives Corporate Assets

Corporate credit union assets reached $68.9 billion at year-end 2002, driven by 16.7% share growth that reflects high levels of liquidity in the credit union system. Although retail corporate assets fell $3.4 billion from November, this is primarily due to the end of December falling on a Tuesday versus a weekend in November. When the 32 retail corporates' assets are combined with U.S. Central's $31.8 billion, the corporate network exceeds the $100 billion mark.

 
 

Corporate credit union assets reached $68.9 billion at year-end 2002, driven by 16.7% share growth that reflects high levels of liquidity in the credit union system. Although retail corporate assets fell $3.4 billion from November, this is primarily due to the end of December falling on a Tuesday versus a weekend in November. When the 32 retail corporates' assets are combined with U.S. Central's $31.8 billion, the corporate network exceeds the $100 billion mark.

 

 

 

March 10, 2003


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  • Interesting Data.
    Anonymous