- CBS Sunday Morning rebroadcasts story on credit unions and America’s Credit Union Museum June 16
CBS will once again air a story on credit unions that they first broadcast a little over two months ago. That segment centered on a profile of a small credit union in Nebraska that serves the members of a single family. It also featured an extensive interview with Peggy Powell, executive director of America's Credit Union Museum in Manchester, NH, who addressed the far more sizable national credit union movement and its history.
- Fed report shows credit union members and consumers borrow more in April
Borrowing by U.S. consumers and credit unions marginally increased in April, continuing a trend that has been ongoing the past several months, according to the Federal Reserve's Consumer Credit Report released June 7.
- Report debunks myth of the uneven playing field
All of the major claims made by critics of credit unions in terms of uneven playing field are unsubstantiated, says an economic analysis recently released. What's more, there is "no evidence that state and federal tax policies give credit unions unfair competitive advantages over banks."
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