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  • Weekly Economic Update

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    Presented by WESTconsin Investment Advisors: In this week’s recap: Markets rally in reply to positive comments from Fed Chair Powell and further optimism for economic recovery.

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  • WESTconsin Online and Mobile App Release Notes

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    Keep up with what is new with WESTconsin Online and in our Mobile App.

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  • WESTconsin Credit Union Makes $45,000 Donation to Food Banks

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    Food banks across western Wisconsin will be receiving funds totaling $45,000 from WESTconsin Credit Union to help support their mission of ending hunger. In light of unprecedented economic hardships facing individuals and families, leaders at the credit union determined one of the fundamental building blocks for wellness is having food and nutrition. Area food banks have been identified as the ideal community resource in helping make the biggest impact to help fight hunger.

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  • How Difficult Times Help Long-Term Investors

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    WESTconsin Investment Advisors presents: Behavioral finance academics help add perspective to crises like COVID-19 by identifying a condition among human beings, including investors, called “recency bias.”

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  • National Monthly Home Sales Declined, Home Prices Increased

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    Existing-home sales rates have been fluctuating over the past few months, and the trend continued into January. Sales were down 1.3%, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Most of the sales regions across the country reported minimal to no changes in sales, but significant sales declines in the West were enough to influence nationwide numbers. January sales improved slightly in the Midwest and the South. Year-over-year sales, meanwhile, increased in every sales region in the country.

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  • CARES Act and Financial Planning

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    The largest stimulus package in American history, called the CARES Act, has been passed to provide relief for individuals and small businesses. While there are many items included in the $2.2 trillion piece of legislation, some are important provisions specific to financial planning.

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