The United States dollar's strength hit an 11-month high in August compared to the euro, according to Bloomberg.
Federal officials are torn between raising interest rates or waiting until the original target date of June, according to the Los Angeles Times.
A new study found consumers who are looking for low fees, good features and favorable interest rates would do well to seek out a credit union.
Credit unions are gaining members, and it seems that painfully high fees at the big banks are driving an exodus from large financial institutions.
The recent economic recovery increased employment and wages across the country, but many people still struggle to get home loans because of poor credit or high levels of debt.
Paying off debt is an issue the affects many people.
Credit unions, which are community-based financial cooperatives, could be the safer route when it comes to managing your finances.
According to a report from the Mortgage Bankers Association, September 2015 showed growth in new home purchase applications compared to August, as well as the year prior.
In an ever-changing digital landscape it can be difficult to pinpoint what potential members are looking for in a banking institution.