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  • Target Dumping Visa

    In a move that may signal a broader trend reversal, the Target shopping chain has announced it will stop issuing its Target branded credit card with a Visa logo and will instead issue only its in-house Target branded card.

  • Retail Sales Show Dramatic Increase

    With spring having sprung and the economy continuing to show signs of a rebound, consumers opened up their wallets last month and caused retail sales to increase 1.6% last month, the Commerce Department reported today.

  • Retail Sales Increase Again

    Despite heavy snow in some regions and in contrast to the usual pattern of slower consumer purchasing in the winter, retail sales rose 0.3%, the Commerce Department reported today.

  • Tower FCU Sees Opportunities From Baltimore-D.C. Strengths

    Despite last week's blizzard that literally shut down Washington, Tower Federal Credit Union is still optimistic about the findings from a new report that show the region has several qualities that may make it ideal for stronger economic growth this year.

  • Retail Sales Up

    Consumers were more willing to spend money last month as retail sales increased 0.5%, the Commerce Department reported today.

  • TNB Posts Strong Performance

    TNB Card Services, the card processing arm of credit union owned Town North Bank, saw an 11% increase in the numbers of credit card accounts and a $1.5 increase in retail sales with credit cards.

  • Tower FCU, Chamber Report Reveals Region's Resiliency

    The region between Washington and Baltimore Md., where the $2 billion Tower Federal Credit Union's 118,000 member base is located, has several qualities that may make it ideal for stronger economic growth this year.

  • Retail Sales Down Slightly

    Consumers were leery about opening up their wallets last month as retail sales fell 0.3%, following two consecutive monthly increases, the Commerce Department reported today.

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