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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.

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Peak or Plateau? Fed Infuses Uncertainty into Deposit Planning

As the Fed increases rates for the ninth time this cycle, we move into a period of uncertainty for the first time in over a decade where the direction of the economy and potential Fed moves are not clear.

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How to Defend Deposit Rates When Regulators Come Calling

Regulators are paying more attention to deposit rates, highlighting the importance for banks to conduct a deep analysis of their portfolios so they can justify their pricing strategies.

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Beware of the Next 100 Basis Points in Canada: A Tricky Time For Deposits

The outlook for deposits should be at the top of bankers’ minds following the Bank of Canada’s recent rate hike, which represented its fourth — and a cumulative 100 bp — move in the past year.

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Fed Move Comes at an Inflection Point for Deposit Costs

Fed Funds target rate increase — the seventh since December 2015 — arrives as the deposit market hits an inflection point on rate paid, betas, and customer behavior.

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