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ABA Banking Journal (blog)

Consumer credit grows in January at slowest pace in four months
The numbers: Consumer borrowing slowed in January, according to the Federal Reserve on Wednesday. Total consumer credit increased $13.9 billion in January to a record seasonally adjusted $3.85 trillion, posting an annual growth rate of 4.3%. That was ...
Consumer Credit Growth Continued in JanuaryABA Banking Journal (blog)
US Consumer Credit Grows in January by Least in Four MonthsCredit Union Times
US Consumer Credit Climbs Less Than Expected In JanuaryNasdaq

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WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Consumer credit card debt tops $1 trillion; here's how you can dig out
WPRI 12 Eyewitness News
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — For the first time, Americans owe more than $1 trillion in credit card debt, according to a study by WalletHub. The average household credit card debt is about $8,600 after U.S. consumers racked up more than $92 billion ...

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A third of credit card holders who loaned out their card got stiffed
While there is nothing illegal about doing this, you most likely are violating your contract with the creditor,” says Katie Ross, education and development manager for American Consumer Credit Counseling in Newton, Massachusetts. Natasha Rachel Smith ...
Payday loans are bad for your mental healthThe Guardian

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Exchange News Direct

Beyond Regulation: Thinking Creatively About Consumer Credit - Speech By Christopher Woolard, Executive Director ...
Exchange News Direct
Since taking over regulation of the credit sector in 2014, we've made huge progress in ensuring the market is fairer, cleaner and more sustainable. Traditional regulatory interventions are only one part of the story. In order to enact real change, we ...


Higher UK Car-Finance Defaults Add to Consumer-Credit Risk
... rose 48 percent last year to 111 million pounds, driven by loan growth and provisions for residual value risks, the lender said in its annual report. Signs of stress in the market were also seen at MotoNovo, the U.K. vehicle funding arm of the ...
Householders may be 'in too deep' over debt, says FCABBC News

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Credit Reporting Firms To Omit Tax Liens From Consumer Reports
The three credit reporting firms said Thursday (March 22) that they will be deleting liens from 5.5 million consumer credit reports and will no longer be adding new tax lien information, according to news from The Wall Street Journal. That means ...

Wall Street Journal

Missed a Tax Payment? That May No Longer Count Against Your Credit Score
Wall Street Journal
The firms, TransUnion , TRU -1.63% Equifax Inc. EFX -1.25% and Experian EXPGY -0.46% PLC have decided to delete the liens from credit reports and to stop adding new tax lien information, according to a court document and two of the companies. The ...

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S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices Show Bank Card Default Rates Continued To Climb In February 2018
PR Newswire (press release)
NEW YORK, March 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian released today data through February 2018 for the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. The indices represent a comprehensive measure of changes in consumer credit ...

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Financial Times

UK consumer credit drops for first time since 2013
Financial Times
British households and businesses both cut their borrowing on an annual basis in January for the first time in more than four years, as an uncertain economic outlook discourages major spending and investments. Unsecured consumer borrowing from the UK's ...
UK mortgage approvals rise for first time in four months, consumer lending fallsReuters
Consumer credit falls for first time in five yearsP2P Finance News

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For consumers with credit-card debt, Fed rate hike will sting
A mere quarter percentage point rate increase by the Federal Reserve might seem small and gradual, but for millions of consumers with credit-card debt it will be stinging. In a report this week, WalletHub analyzed data and found that U.S. consumers ...

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