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Static Income Simulation – Things To Consider

One of the traditional approaches to income simulation is to use a static balance sheet, which assumes that a credit union’s mix of assets and liabilities remains constant, regardless of external forces.  In other words, static analysis assumes that every dollar of mortgages that matures is immediately put back into a new mortgage at the […]

Recent Rise in Rates…

Many thought that the recent Fed actions would drive rates lower, or at least help keep them at their extraordinarily low levels.  However, in the roughly seven weeks since the Fed announced the second round of easing, the 10-year Treasury rate has actually increased about 100 bps, from 2.5% to about 3.5%.  Thirty-year fixed mortgage […]

2010 Budgeting Process: Focusing On What You Control

There are only five levers that are pulled to arrive at an ROA, and every single one is under threat to some degree: Yield on assets is under attack from external forces as rates are at historic lows and loan demand is down. Cost of funds has been helped somewhat by low rates.  However, it […]

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