Financial Performance

Borrowings

By Maya Neuman | Feb. 7, 2019

The federal funds rate increased four times in 2018. Test your knowledge on the role these rate hikes play in credit union loan and deposit pricing.

By Samantha Cristobal | Aug. 21, 2018

A breakdown of the borrowings portfolio explains double-digit growth that’s highest since 2015.

Loan growth drives down balances while industry assets overall remain steady.

 

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By Chip Filson | July 17, 2013

The June 30, 2013, update of the U.S. Central Federal Credit Union securities shows that of the total $3.5 billion other-than-temporary-impairment (OTTI) future loss estimates, more than $2.3 billion is still unused.

By Parth Kapoor | Feb. 7, 2013

Partner Perspective
Will Bernanke Keep His Promise?

These six signs could indicate an earlier-than-expected increase in interest rates.

By Alix Patterson | June 21, 2011

Jay Johnson outlines five key operational and strategic topics that credit unions across the country are debating in their Board rooms.

By Alix Patterson | March 14, 2011

Grassroots connectivity gives credit unions a more nimble response to changing consumer preferences.

By Thomas Cullen | Feb. 24, 2011

Callahan's weekly look at the economic headlines that highlight credit union challenges and opportunities.

By Sam Brownell | April 26, 2010

Credit unions increased short-term borrowings at the beginning of 2009 but reduced their liabilities amid a flood of deposits.