US Household Debt Rose To $12.6 Trillion In 2016: Biggest Jump In A Decade

Thursday, 16 February 2017
While it does not contain any new information to those who track the monthly, G.19, consumer credit releases by the Fed, the quarterly NY Fed report on Household Debt and Credit Developments provides a convenient one-stop summary of quarterly changes in household finances. What the latest report issued this morning revealed, is...

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