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Barclaycard dumps $1.6B in subprime card balances - MarketWatch
Barclaycard is shedding a chunk of its subprime card balances, in a deal that reflects diverging views in the card industry about the future of the U.S. economy ...
Value of Subprime Credit Card Debt in Debate (BCS) | InvestopediaInvestopedia

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American Banker

Team of industry veterans launches new subprime credit card
American Banker
The subprime credit card market, which contracted sharply during the Great Recession but has since bounced back, has a new competitor. The Ollo card is being launched by a newly formed company called Fair Square Financial Holdings that has the ...

Business Insider

An increasing number of Americans have stopped paying their car loans, and Wall Street is starting to worry
Business Insider
"Fitch expects that deteriorating credit performance will be more acute in the subprime segment, driven to some extent by the expansion of less-tenured independent auto finance companies that have demonstrated higher-risk appetites and less ...
Auto Loans Start to Look DiceyBarron's (blog)

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Did Subprime Auto Loans Just Claim Their First Victim In Ally Financial?
A Bloomberg report, quoting S&P Global Ratings, said losses on auto loans of lenders were an annualized 9.1 percent in January, up from 7.9 percent in the year-ago period, marking the worst since January 2010. Recoveries on subprime loans also fell to ...
Why America's Auto Debt Boom Fuels Bubble Talk: QuickTake Q&ABloomberg

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Auto Remarketing

Impact of CFPB's suit against processor being dismissed
Auto Remarketing
When SubPrime Auto Finance News connected with Morris last week to ask about how often this sort of development happens, she responded, “I don't know if I could put a number on it, but I would say that typically the government doesn't suffer a defeat ...

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Fed orders Santander to improve oversight of its troubled subprime auto lender
The Federal Reserve on Thursday ordered the U.S. unit of Banco Santander SA SAN, +0.16% to improve the oversight of its troubled subprime auto-lending company. In its order, the Fed said its examiners had found problems in Santander Consumer USA ...
Santander to boost auto loan controlsThe Boston Globe

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Business Insider

Fitch on auto loan market - Business Insider
Business Insider
US auto loan and lease credit loss rates weakened in the second half of 2016, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings, which said they will continue to ...

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Subprime Auto Loans Risk Hurting Economy: Fitch Ratings (F, GM ...
Slacker lending and rising borrowing costs could trigger more auto loan defaults, representing bad news for automakers and the general economy.

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Subprime credit consumers' options grow as more retailers go digital
In the shift to online and mobile shopping, one group often left out is the 65 million Americans with poor or no credit. But as more retail categories like furniture move online, a growing number of e-commerce merchants is adding instant finance ...


This New Bubble Is Even Bigger Than The Subprime Fiasco
In 1988, a bank called Guardian Savings and Loan made financial history by issuing the first ever "subprime" mortgage bond.

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