Leagues Focus on Economic Forecasts, CU Trends, and Upcoming Conference

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The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues are committed to providing relevant and useful economic expertise to help you strategically position your credit union—and one tool to accomplish this is the Your Economy—Your Credit Union section of the Leagues' website.

You’ll find local quarterly credit union trends for 16 different regions across California and Nevada, the Quarterly Credit Union Performance Report, the annual Credit Union Staff Salary Report, and information on the Leagues’ annual “Your Economy—Your Credit Union” Conference on June 13 in Ontario, CA.

Additionally, news coverage and trends coming out of specific local economic forecasts in both states have been posted from January – April 2019 to help credit union executives take the pulse of their local economy and plan for the future (chronological from top to bottom):

  • Inland Empire: Vibrant Economy to Slow Down, but Will Still Outpace Other Regions as Population Grows
  • Bay Area: As Economy Moderates, Reliance on Technology Remains as Home Affordability Hampers Residents
  • Los Angeles County: Economy to Continue Downshifting, but Housing and Quality of Life Issues Remain
  • North Bay Region: Economy Impacted by Wildfire Recovery as Growth Continues Slowing
  • Central Valley: Economy Could Slow Down as Ag, Commodity, and Water Issues Impact Region
  • Northwest Nevada: Amid Housing Issues, Economy Basking in Spotlight from Expansion and Innovation
  • Southern Nevada: Economy Hits Records as Leaders Focus on Middle-Class Inclusion Amid Growth Wave
  • Inland Empire: Risks can Impact Economy in Near Future, Even as Fundamentals Continue Expanding
  • San Diego County: Robust Fundamentals will Grow Economy, Although New Risks Abound Today
  • Sacramento Region: 'Recession' is Top of Mind, but Economy Shows Strong Fundamentals Going Forward
  • Northern California: Strong vs Weak Fundamentals on Display as Economy Projected to Moderate
  • California: Economy to Slow Significantly as Cyclical Housing and Employment Hurdles Arise
  • Southern California: Diverse Industries Continue Fueling Economy as Some Leaders Prepare for 'Recession’

Stay tuned for more! New announcements are forthcoming as the Leagues continues to build up to this year’s “Your Economy—Your Credit Union” Conference and also deliver strategic guidance by economists who KNOW credit unions.

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