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NBCNews.com

Household debt hit a record high of $13.5 trillion last quarter
NBCNews.com
The total debt shouldered by Americans has hit another record high, rising to $13.5 trillion in the last quarter, while an unusual jump in student-loan delinquencies could provide another signal that the nation's economic expansion is growing old ...

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Wall Street Journal

US Household Debt Continues to Climb in 3rd Quarter
Wall Street Journal
The share of debt considered to be seriously delinquent, meaning payment is at least 90 days late, edged higher for auto loans in the third quarter, to 4.27% from 4.17% in the second quarter. The serious delinquency rate of mortgages improved, dropping ...
Households remain far less in debt than they were during the recessionMarketWatch

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New York Times

Why GE's Credit Problem Is a Warning to All Debt Investors
New York Times
United States nonfinancial corporate debt stands at a record level of more than 73 percent of gross domestic product, according to the Bank for International Settlements. It never exceeded 65 percent before the 2008 financial crisis. France's corporate ...



VICE

Instead of Giving Billions to Amazon, We Could Just Cancel Student Debt
VICE
On Tuesday, Amazon confirmed it would build new offices in Long Island City, Queens, and a suburb of Washington, DC, called Crystal City, ending a massive bidding war that saw the leaders of almost 250 cities prostrate themselves at the feet of the ...



American Banker

Millennials don't need cars? Their debt loads say otherwise
American Banker
Car loans and credit cards accounted for 23% of all debt held by consumers ages 18 to 29 at the end of the third quarter, a larger percentage than for any other age group, according to a report released Friday by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.



CNBC

Millennials with debt owe an average of $36000—and paying it down isn't their top priority
CNBC
Between student loans, credit cards and other expenses, many young people are in deep in the red. Millennials who carry debt owe an average of $36,000 each and spend around 34 percent of their monthly income paying it off, new data from Northwestern ...



Forbes

Investor Demand Is Increasing For Shared Risk In Securitized CRE Debt Products
Forbes
Consequently, many small- and midsize CRE borrowers, facing reduced financing options, turned to alternative lenders in the private debt space. Last year, private debt assets under management climbed to $638 billion — a 6% increase over 2016 ...



CNBC

Advice from some of the first public servants to have their student loans forgiven
CNBC
Matt Tremel is one of 96 people to have his student debt canceled through the public service loan forgiveness program. Happy endings like his were not supposed to be so rare. One-quarter of American workers were expected to be eligible for the program, ...



Inside Philanthropy

Debt and Demographics: How Are Donors Navigating a Changing Higher Ed Landscape?
Inside Philanthropy
In a recent piece looking at St. John's College's plan to reduce tuition thanks to philanthropy, I noted how donors are becoming increasingly receptive to the idea of liberating students from a lifetime of debt. News out of Winston-Salem, North ...



Quartz

Americans are splurging on all flavors of subprime debt
Quartz
American subprime borrowers are stocking up on all kinds of debt, from home mortgages to automobile loans and credit cards. Personal loans have been especially perky, as financial technology upstarts compete to lend to consumers with spotty credit ...


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