Appalachian Regional Commission economist succeeds retired Tun Wai.
After 25 years in the job, Tun Wai to step down in February.
NAFCU economist says average car is 11 years old. He predicts slow but steadily improving sales in 2012.
Existing home sales increased 4% in November, every region reported positive sales growth and year-over-year sales were up in all four regions, trade group says.
If John Worth worked at the United Nations, he might be helping delegates understand a language that is quite different from their native tongues.
Despite a 7.5% increase in auto sales over the past 12 months, credit unions are not enjoying the uptick in related lending activity.
If more people transfer their accounts to credit unions because of Bank Transfer Day. it could be a mixed blessing for some credit unions. However, that’s a problem many credit unions would be glad to worry about.
This article will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
Low interest rates and business lending caps would strain reinvestment but checking account fee income could rise.
Economists and a credit union futurist will man the podiums for the newly merged Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union’s conference set for Oct. 25-26 at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Convention Center in Frisco, Texas.