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Rochester Business JournalVolume 32, Number 16July 22, 2016www.RBJDaily.comBanks balance technology with brick and mortarBy GREG POKRIKIBranch locations embrace different tech options to meet new expectationsThe ever changing digital landscape has transformed the banking industry, creating challenges and opportunities that were
To EveryoneFrom Gregory S. MacKay, Economist The first estimate of U.S. GDP growth for the second quarter of 2016 left us with a couple of questions (1) can the consumer keep up the torrid growth pace (+4.2% annualized) in the
It’s time to begin planning our annual, community wall calendar. We’d like to feature one of the photos you’ve taken over the past year Submitted photographs should include the photographer’s name photo location the approximate date the photo was taken
So what gives with the economy? Last month I talked about the generally weak first quarter GDP reports since 2014, with both consumer and business spending lacking. I had hoped for a rebound in...
Canandaigua National Bank & Trust (CNB) will be hosting four (4) fall Community Shred Days. These events offer complimentary shredding services with a secure provider. Those who would like to use this service can simply collect the documents that you
Join Laurie Haelen and Kate Noble, senior vice presidents from the Wealth Strategies Group, Canandaigua National Bank and Trust Company, to learn how to avoid the ten most costly estate planning mistakes. Listen to Ask the Experts, Saturday, July 30th
Canandaigua National Corporation (CNC) awards Gehrig Lohrmann with the Employee of the Year Award, known to those at CNC as the Arthur S. Hamlin (ASH) Award, named for Canandaigua National Bank & Trust’s past President, CEO, and Chairman. The ASH
Canandaigua National Bank & Trust (CNB) is partnering with the Small Business Council of Rochester (SBC) to support their SBC Cares Initiative – Backpack Give Back. The SBC has had huge success with their SBC Cares Thanksgiving Appeal and are
The minutes of the June 14-15 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting continued to indicate lively debate over several factors in the U.S. economy. There was general agreement that improvement in the labor market had slowed while growth in economic activity had picked up.
It seems that some things never change. The first quarter U.S. GDP growth for 2014, 2015, and 2016 all slowed dramatically from the preceding year’s fourth quarter. All three first quarters saw slower consumer spending and two of the three first quarters saw a substantial slowdown in business spending.
Financial markets, like the people who use them, historically dislike uncertainty. The events of yesterday’s vote by the people of Great Britain to exit the European Union were generally unexpected and, therefore, have introduced new ambiguities into the markets. The
Canandaigua National Bank &Trust President and CEO, Frank H. Hamlin, III and Executive Vice President, Retail Banking, Karen C. Serinis, were featured in Banking New York Magazine, discussing steady leadership and the local economy.
Leslie Bamann and Mary Anne Burkhart of Canandaigua National Bank & Trust discussed financial resources to help small business owners who are starting, buying or expanding a business, on the Greater Rochester Enterprise’s “Eyes of the Future” radio show hosted
The past two weeks of data releases have not provided a clear vision of the path of the economy, and analysts are struggling with their explanations. Will Rogers said it best “An economist’s guess is liable to be as good as anybody else’s.” The latest information shows the difficulty.
Can a typical consumer afford $1.36 more a day in direct payment costs when the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC, Committee) raises interest rates again?
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