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After a pandemic-era spike, American consumers are saving at a lower rate than they have in over a decade.
The number of neobanks launching around the world has fallen significantly, but that doesn’t mean fintech adoption rates are following suit.
Look beyond the headlines to discover the driving forces behind market trends and consider how they impact a credit union’s investment portfolio.
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Amid market volatility and ongoing loan demand, cash balances decreased nearly $66 billion. What else happened in the investment portfolio?
Ongoing growth in home and auto lending mean the industry is gradually shedding the high liquidity levels brought on by pandemic relief programs.
Macroeconomic shifts drove changes in member demand, which impacted top-level credit union metrics.
Wage growth for full-time equivalent employees has stayed well above the Consumer Price Index for years, but surging inflation has turned the tables, resulting in a nearly six-point gap.
For institutions with $100 million or more in assets, educational offerings are often a key factor when it comes to preventing late loan payments.
U.S. Treasury investment and updated rules from the National Credit Union Administration have resulted in a massive jump in the number of credit unions issuing subordinated debt and the overall dollar amount.