17.1 Million New Vehicles Will Be Sold in 2020, Edmunds Predicts

There’s been talk of a slowdown in vehicle sales in recent years. Experts predicted that America’s post-recession new vehicle binge would inevitably be slowed by higher interest rates on loans, increasingly unaffordable vehicle prices and the tendency of millennials to shun vehicle ownership in favor of ride…

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Holiday Spending Predictions, from Debt.com

Shoppers have one less week to work with their budgets this holiday season and educational and professional resources site Debt.com has compiled an interesting forecast.

Men will outspend women by twice as much and almost a third
of male respondents plan to spend more than $500&nbsp…

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Consumer Credit Defaults Remain at Low Level

As we head out, (or log in) for holiday shopping we’re greeted by a bit of decent news from S&P Dow Jones Indices: consumer credit defaults are unchanged going into November, and remain at a low level. This means that lenders are feeling the warm holiday glow…

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