Four Economists, Four Views: What Economic News Means

August 2011
Credit Union Journal;8/22/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 32, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers advice from four economists for credit unions (CUs) relative to economic news, including Credit Union National Association (CUNA) chief economist Bill Hampel, National Association of Federal CU (NAFCU) chief economist Tun Wai, and CUNA Mutual Group chief economist Dave Colby.


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