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SCOTUS ruling on housing case has implications for credit unions.
Auto sales and loans have remained strong thanks to low interest rates and a steady job market.
The bureau's new rules could eventually level the playing field between banks and nonbanks.
The Supreme Court rules disparate impact is enough to make a housing discrimination claim.
Credit union reports $2.7 million loss as net worth slides below 10%.
Two former bank branches in the Mississippi Delta area will become credit union branches.
The product makes mortgage payments in cases of death, disability or involuntary job loss.
Consumer credit card debt falls to 6.52% of total household debt in 2014, down from 10.05% in 1996.
Lawyer for Alabama One CEO John Dee Carruth says Kenneth Walters defamed Carruth on Facebook.