Idaho leads in loans outstanding and Oklahoma in loan growth in March-March numbers out Tuesday from NCUA.
The other good news for the Empire State is that 73% of its credit unions reported a positive return on assets as of Dec. 31, 2012. Statewide, New York’s credit unions earned an average ROA of 87 basis points, slightly higher than the national average of 86.
New York state credit unions best national ROAA average by a point while absorbing Sandy's blow.
After a tough spell, the signs now point north for South Carolina’s credit unions.
The California economy and its credit unions are staging a comeback, but the Golden State doesn’t glitter as brightly as it used to.
Montana’s economy is booming thanks to oil, but the Big Sky Country’s credit unions are still struggling to catch up.
Big Sky Country sees oil boom but ROAAs still below average, NCUA figures show.
Badger State credit unions faring better than the national average, NCUA figures show.
Nevada, Montana and New Jersey only states showing declines in dog days of summer.
After six years of stagnation and economic hardship, Florida is slowly emerging from its recession cocoon.