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Curinos Perspective: FOMC 2H Outlook – The Implications Of Higher For Longer

The FOMC held the Federal Funds target range flat at 5.25% to 5.5%. As previously communicated, the Fed has tapered quantitative tightening by $35B, lowering the redemption cap from $95 billion per month to $60 billion per month.
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June 13, 2024

Deposit Update: Nominal Growth In 2024 If Fed Can Cut

Earlier this year, Curinos estimated that retail deposits would be flat for branch banks in 2024, so many were no doubt encouraged to see 1Q deposit volumes up 1.5%.
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June 13, 2024

The Best Way To Boost Commercial Profits: Own The TM Relationship

With rates expected to stay higher for longer, balance rotation from non-interest-bearing (NIB) to interest-bearing products is keeping pressure on bank interest expense and net interest margin.
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May 23, 2024

Creating Better Friction For P2P Payments

Today’s consumers demand a fast and smooth digital experience – no surprise there. But as retail checking providers try to gain traction in the increasingly competitive P2P space, their customers say they’d welcome a little more friction in exchange for a lot more security.
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April 18, 2024

How Does Branch Consolidation Affect Your Results?

Most regional banks have reduced their branch networks over the last three years, but there’s been significant divergence in their results, according to Curinos’ BranchScape.
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April 9, 2024

Falling CD Rates? Whew! Well, Maybe Not.

Even with higher rates, CD retention rates have been about 85%. That’s the good news.
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April 2, 2024

Thinking Beyond Rate To Get And Keep Wealth Deposits

With the Federal Reserve unlikely to reduce short-term interest rates before summer, banks experiencing significant runoff of wealth deposits and cash sweeps have several options available beyond broad hikes in deposit rates to stop the bleeding and potentially regain share of wallet with their wealthiest clients.
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March 18, 2024

Curinos Review Spring 2024

Retail banking fees are again under scrutiny. Our research shows that overdraft and non-sufficient funds fee revenue will continue their steady downward trend, as will credit card late fees and interchange fees. Taken together, this will make profitably serving the mass market even more of a challenge this year, particularly for community banks and credit unions.
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March 18, 2024

Fee Changes Require New Approach To Serving Mass Market

It appears that the steady unwinding of retail banking fees will continue to take its toll on bank and credit union profitability.
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March 18, 2024

Mass Market Vs. Mass Affluent: A Data-Driven Primer

Curinos’ latest U.S. Banking Shopper Survey offers insights on how to best meet the needs of the mass market and mass affluent customers by informing the most effective strategies for acquisition and optimal experiences to unlock primacy and improve profitability.
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March 18, 2024

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