"We're in a bubble right now. And the only thing that looks good is the stock market, but if you raise interest rates even a little bit, that's going to come crashing down," said GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.Bloomberg News

Trump Attacks Fed in First Debate, Defends Housing Crisis Views

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump used the first debate late Monday to attack the Federal Reserve Board, reiterating accusations that it has purposely kept interest rates low to help President Obama.

NCUA Nets $1.1B Settlement from RBS, Recoveries Now Up to $4.3B

The National Credit Union Administration on Tuesday said it will receive $1.1 billion to settle legal claims against Royal Bank of Scotland related to the sale of faulty mortgage-backed securities to two corporate credit unions.  more »

Banks Will Start Actually Using Blockchain Next Year: IBM Report

Though the IBM survey did not include any credit unions, the industry has been monitoring this trend for some time and will bet keeping a close watch on the banks' experience with this technology.  more »
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