WASHINGTON—Existing home sales increased 11.8% in February, rebounding from January's 1.2% decrease.
NEW YORK–Does the bond market “smell a recession” in the near future?
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee is indicating it’s unlikely it will move to raise rates in 2019—or even raise rates by much through 2021.
WASHINGTON—The Trump Administration’s proposed budget for 2020 includes similarities to those it has previously proposed, including bringing the CFPB under the congressional appropriations process, eliminating the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund, increasing government-sponsored enterprises' (GSEs) guarantee fees, and reforming the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
WASHINGTON—A group of lawmakers has crafted legislation designed to enhance cybersecurity around Internet-connected devices.
WASHINGTON—CUNA President Jim Nussle challenged the entire concept of “coopetition” among credit unions during remarks opening the trade association’s Governmental Affairs Conference.
MADISON, Wis.—To mark International Women’s Day today, the Global Women’s Leadership Network (GWLN) is calling upon the worldwide credit union movement to build a gender-balanced world by encouraging industry women to apply for the Network’s 2019 scholarship.
FOSTER CITY, Calif.—Spending for goods and services generated by Mastercard and Visa credit, debit, and prepaid cards issued in the United States was $6.021 trillion in 2018, an increase of 9.5% over 2017, a new report shows.
OPELIKA, Ala.–The devastating tornadoes that struck Alabama as well as Georgia and which killed at least 23 people apparently spared credit union facilities.
WASHINGTON–The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania granted preliminary approval of a proposed settlement in the Wendy’s data breach case, which will pay $50 million to financial institutions.