Straight to The Point: November 9, 2018

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star3 NCUA released its agenda for the agency’s upcoming board meeting. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 18, at 10 a.m. – The Point 

star3 CUNA Mutual Group released its October Credit Union Trends Report, compiled with data from August. Notably, the report found credit union loan balances rose 1 percent in August, above the 0.9 percent pace set in August 2017– CUNA Mutual Group 

star3 Credit unions are encouraged to participate in the Credit Unions for Kids Winter Icon campaign to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals that serve New Yorkers – The Point

star3 Days after the mid-term election, the likely leadership of House and Senate committees—and their possible agendas—are starting to become more clear – CU Times 

star3 Don’t expect the recent trend of used vehicle values holding steady or actually increasing to continue, according to a new report – CUToday 

star3 Now that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned—and states such as Michigan, Utah and Missouri voted in favor of legalization in this week’s midterms—legal marijuana is poised to become a growth industry – CU Journal 

star3 The U.S. Secret Service issued an internal alert warning that many of its field offices have reported crooks are using Informed Delivery to commit various identity theft and credit card fraud schemes – KrebsOnSecurity 

star3 A judge in the U.S. District Court for the Western District ordered a stay of the implementation date of the CFPB’s short-term, small-dollar lending rule – CUNA 

star3 The blog discusses the increasing difficulties of New York’s six year statute of limitations for foreclosures and how it interacts with agreements to modify an existing debt – New York’s State of Mind 

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