- Author: National Council of La Raza
National Council of La Raza (NCLR ) released a report entitled “Latino Financial Access and Inclusion in California.” The report’s findings were based on an NCLR survey of over 1,000 California Latinos, focusing on levels of financial engagement.
Latinos continue to be among the most unbanked ethnic minorities in the United States. The report highlights the challenges confronted by the unemployed, differences in financial engagement by citizenship status and the use of bank technology by participants.
The report found an important link between naturalization...
- Author: Myriam Grajales-Hall
A study released by WSL/Strategic Retail looks into how shoppers have changed and how retail is being transformed.
The study, How America Shops MegaTrends report, Moving On 2012, reports that Hispanic women are the most passionate and proactive shopper segment searching for the best. Hispanic women are more actively using mobile devices, coupons, online searches, dollar stores and deep discount retailers to save money, as compared to other female demographics.
According to the researchers, "To achieve the American Dream of...