Credit unions are already preparing to grow loan portfolio revenue in 2015.
Credit unions anticipate robust loan growth in 2015. Auto and home equity lending drum up the most demand.
For credit union members, who tend to err on the side of conservative, the Dow’s increase might have aligned with their savings habits.
Health care costs and the economy are the top factors affecting both employers' business decisions and their vote in the upcoming presidential election.
As the prices for new and used cars edge higher, more consumers are opting to ride off the dealership’s lot in a leased vehicle.
The recent increase in gasoline prices doesn’t appear to be deterring members and others from buying cars.
The lingering slowdown that is afflicting the U.S. economy is forcing credit unions to pay more attention to collections, a part of their business that is often forgotten or ignored, according to a new report prepared by the CUNA Lending Council.
Oklahoma drivers looking for fuel-efficient vehicles have another financing source to turn to.
Consumers still used their credit and debit cards in May, but more slowly than they have been.
Consumers were still shopping in April, though they were starting to look over their shoulders at rising gasoline prices, according to First Data's SpendTrend report.