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Federal Reserve chairman says an increase will be considered at some point on a meeting-by-meeting basis.
Read how credit unions are addressing future rate hikes as they plan for the future.
The March meeting of the FOMC will be critical to its communications with the public on interest rates.
Financial analyst says rate lift of any kind may still be months away.
New research shows debit interchange regulations have kept rates high and processing costs low.
Supreme Court opts not to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling on debit interchange.
Texas Congressman says CFPB should choose a less costly alternative such as selling the building to the highest bidder.
Many of the financial challenges facing credit unions in 2015 are carrying over from 2014 and earlier.
The House reauthorizes the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, which also guarantees a Federal Reserve Board spot for a community banker, but no credit union parity.