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Surprise Fed Drop Will Force Aggressive – But Surgical – Deposit Rate Cuts

The Fed unexpectedly cut interest rates by 50 basis points today, sending bankers racing to assess their deposit-rate strategies. It was the first time since the fall of 2008 that the Fed took rate action outside of a scheduled FOMC meeting.

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The Fed Makes Another Cut, But Can Betas Keep Pace?

The Fed just cut rates for the third time this year, a move that will keep pressure on bankers as they race to reprice their books.

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Deposit Pricing Needs Urgent Attention as Rates Fall

The Fed cut rates, but that doesn’t mean your bank should. Or should it? In either case, your deposit strategy needs urgent attention because history tells us that deposit costs continue to rise even when the Fed reduces rates.

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Fed Cuts Rates. Now What?

Should your bank cut rates just because the Fed did? It’s not an easy decision. Novantas explores rate trends and strategies in the latest Perspective.

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A New Test for Deposits as Fed Signals Cuts

As the Fed held, deposit bankers are presented with both an opportunity and a dilemma. While banks should prepare for significant down pricing, they need to approach with caution.