Graph Of The Week

A picture is worth 1,000 words. You have to see it to believe it. Numbers don’t lie. If you’re tired of these worn-out cliches and are looking for data with some original thought behind it, then check out the CreditUnions.com Graphic Of The Week, compliments of Callahan industry analysts.

Cash Is King In Low-Income Homes

A report from the Federal Reserve finds cash payments have stayed consistent in recent years, but households of modest means are less likely to use other payment methods.

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Credit Unions Are Besting The Competition On Delinquency

Late payments are on the rise across the nation, but delinquency at credit unions is nearly half the national average.

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What’s Happening To Expenses And Revenue At U.S. Credit Unions?

The gap between expenses and revenue is narrowing as revenue growth begins to catch up with operating expense growth.

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Overdraft Fees Jumped 18.1% Last Year

Tighter budgets and higher prices for consumer goods caused members to overdraft their accounts more frequently in the third quarter of 2022.

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Mortgage Sales Fall To Decades-Long Low

Sustained increases to the federal funds rate have driven credit unions to keep more loans on the books for longer

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Cash Is King In Low-Income Homes

A report from the Federal Reserve finds cash payments have stayed consistent in recent years, but households of modest means are less likely to use other payment methods.

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Is The Credit Union Liquidity Crunch Finally Here?

The industry is facing a challenge as it looks for ways to fund record loan demand.

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Credit Unions Set To Focus On Hiring In 2023

A Callahan & Associates survey of cooperatives across the asset spectrum reveals an emphasis on recruitment and retention as well as institutional culture.

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Who Are The Top 10 Core Providers For U.S. Credit Unions?

The big three hold roughly half of the industry’s market share, but some smaller players are making gains.

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Loan-To-Share Ratio Increases With Rate Bumps

Increases in the federal funds rate normally have a negative effect on the loan-to-share ratio, but things were different in the third quarter.

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Rising Rates Drive Down Share Growth

A confluence of major factors have resulted in some of the weakest share growth in several years.

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