A Wisconsin Bankers Association survey shows the state's economy ending strong in 2019. And that trend is expected to continue to the benefit of farms and manufacturers in Door and Kewaunee counties. The survey found that nearly 80 percent of bank executives rate the current economy as good and 72 percent say it will stay that way throughout 2020. Tim Treml, President and CEO of the Bank of Luxemburg, sees signs that things are looking up locally for agriculture and manufacturing.
Treml says loan demand and savings rates are also up and reflect the Wisconsin Bankers Association's findings that consumer confidence is also high going into 2020.