Fed to hike interest rates next week while ignoring the elephant in the room

Author: Jeff Edberg | December 10, 2016

The Federal Reserve is going to raise interest rates next week, but shy away from the bigger question looming for financial markets: How does the shock outcome of the presidential election change the economic landscape?

Doc Loans: Perfect for Residents or Fellows-in-Training

Author: Author: Jim Kelly, Senior VP/ Marketing at UICCU | April 3, 2015

If “Match Day” has assigned you to University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, then you may be in need of a place to live. Rather than spend these years renting, why not consider owning your home. University of Iowa Community Credit Union (UICCU) is proud to offer Doc Loans to residents and fellows-in-training. This loan combines the benefits of a low cost ARM, with the stability of longer rate locks.

Here are just a few of the many features and benefits:

2015 Interest Rate Projections: Here’s How Rates Will Affect Your Money Next Year

Author: Jeff Edberg, Partner, Lepic-Kroeger, REALTORS® | January 2, 2015

It’s interest rate projection season here at GOBankingRates. While consumers are busy preparing for the holidays and end-of-year celebrations, we’ve been hard at work analyzing interest rate trends from 2014 and making predictions for what 2015 will bring. Let’s take a look at what rates have been doing over the last year, where they are expected to land in 2015 and what it all means for consumers.



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