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Amid market volatility and ongoing loan demand, cash balances decreased nearly $66 billion. What else happened in the investment portfolio?
Credit unions have seen an almost 8% rise in loans and investments to credit union service organizations since the start of the pandemic.
It is official, the latest FED tightening cycle has begun. How did it get here? Where is it headed? How will this impact the financial/investment decisions for credit unions?
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The credit union balance sheet is shifting as the U.S. economy enters a post-pandemic reality.
Cooperatives are using cash to meet rebounding loan demand and invest in higher-yielding securities and investments.
Credit unions are positioning their balance sheets to deliver greater yields as investment and lending conditions adapt to a late-pandemic environment.
Deposits jumped $35.0 billion during the third quarter, and credit unions adjusted their investment portfolios to take advantage of the changing yield curve.
Cash balances contracted 11.1% from March 31 as credit unions actively put money to work.
COVID-19 relief payments underpin a continued surge in deposits, challenging loan and investment portfolios to keep pace.
Deposit growth underpins a 3.4% increase in investment balances for the industry. See what else happened in the investment portfolio.