Liquidity

In a May 2020 article, on bloomberg news, John Gittelsohn writes: “Delinquencies on U.S. home loans surged by 1.6 million in April, the biggest one-month gain ever, as soaring job losses fueled a 90% jump in missed payments and government programs offered penalty-free delays.”

In a recent column on reuters.com, Ann Saphir writes “Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan on Tuesday repeated his view that the current setting of U.S. interest rates is “roughly appropriate” through the end of this year, even as he noted risks from the flu-like epidemic that has brought parts of China to a halt.”

In a December 12, 2019 article on cutimes.com, Roy Urrico writes: “TransUnion forecasts balances and originations to grow for most key credit products and serious delinquency rates to either decline or remain steady for auto and unsecured personal loans, cards, and mortgages.”

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