Monday, May 29, 2017

Credit Scores Hit Record High as Recession Wounds Heal - WSJ

Credit Scores Hit Record High as Recession Wounds Heal - WSJ: Credit scores for U.S. consumers reached a record high this spring while the share of Americans deemed to be some of the riskiest borrowers hit a record low—a potential boon for lending and economic activity.

Consumers’ improving fortunes reflect falling unemployment and continued, if lackluster, economic growth. An added benefit: The passage of time since the recession and housing meltdown are helping household balance sheets.

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