In an effort to assist customers who may have been impacted by retail giant Target's security breach over the holiday season, the Credit Union National Association will open a data collection website that allows credit unions to report costs incurred during the crisis.
Trade organizations for associated credit unions recently released their legislative outlines for the new year, most of which center around preserving the industry's tax exemptions and maintaining access to the secondary mortgage market.
The most recent release of the Employment Situation Summary, which provided less-than-inspiring jobs data from December 2013, has brought about more questions than answers regarding the state of the economy's recovery.
U.S. housing starts fell nearly 10 percent from November to December of 2013 but did increase slightly on a year-over-year basis, according to recently released U.S. Census Bureau data.
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions recently published a list it dubbed "The Dirty Dozen" - 12 regulations it feels are in need of amendment or outright elimination.
A second consecutive uninspiring jobs report has many wondering whether the long-term health of the economy, and by proxy the housing market, is in question.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is under increasing pressure to provide evidence of the alleged discrimination it has found within the auto lending market.
As home prices rose throughout 2013, many Americans saw significant returns on their original investments in the form of accrued equity.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is investigating payday lenders again, focusing on their practice of connecting wage-earning Americans in need of cash with loan opportunities.
The National Credit Union Administration recently announced that it awarded more than $500,000 in grants to 127 lower-income credit unions in the hopes of allowing them to expand their product offerings.