Household debt increases

Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/15/2013, pA02
Household debt rose $127 bil in Q3, the New York Fed said, the biggest rise since Q1 '08. Mortgage balances rose $56 bil, student loans $33 bil, and autos $31 bil. Debt delinquencies greater than 90 days fell 5.3%, the most since '08. The Fed said it could point to a "turning point in the deleveraging cycle."


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