Month: January 2019

Donna Shimek and Sharon Harris Retirement

Donna Shimek and Sharon Harris Retire

posted on January 29, 2019 in Community

Two inspiring women in banking finally take time for themselves in retirement After more than 75 combined years of banking service, two beloved Texas Citizens Bank Senior Administrative Assistants, Sharon Harris and Donna Shimek, are retiring at the end of January 2019. Double-Digit “Workiversaries” Both Harris and Shimek have worked for Texas…Continue Reading »

Nick Fox, Area President, Texas Citizens Bank

Nick Fox Promoted to Area President, Advisory Director

posted on January 22, 2019 in Community

Christmas Announcement Just before Christmas, Texas Citizens Bank board members approved the promotion of Nick Fox to Area President. They also named him an Advisory Director, earning him a seat at the Board of Directors table. Background & Education Fox has always had a natural interest and knack for business and finance….Continue Reading »

Rising interest rates 2019

What Recent Interest Rate Hikes Mean for Banking Customers

posted on January 15, 2019 in Financial

Here’s what you need to know about federal interest rates as they continue to rise   The steady, annual increases to federal interest rates have business and retail banking customers nervous. Recent Interest Rate Activity After a recession period of interest standstill—stretching from mid-December 2008 to mid-December of 2015—rates have slowly crept…Continue Reading »

2019 interest rate hikes in bear market

Fed Lowers 2019 Interest Rate Hike Forecast from Three to Two

posted on January 10, 2019 in Financial

U.S. Rate Hikes to Continue at Slower Pace in Down Market Despite down market, the Fed signaled more 2019 interest rate hikes in January. Subsequently, stocks carried their negative trends into January. Background 2018 Interest Rate Hikes On December 19, the Fed raised interest rates for the fourth and final time in…Continue Reading »

2019 business resolutions

5 Profit-Driving Business Resolutions for 2019

posted on January 1, 2019 in Business

Ring In the New Year with This Simple Business To-Do List Every year, we—as individuals, as business owners—try to trick ourselves into achieving ambitious goals. To will our wants into realities, we use a stronger, more determined word: resolution. After all, a resolution is a decision. A goal could end in failure….Continue Reading »

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