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Marketplace.org

Why are subprime auto loans still a thing? - Marketplace
Marketplace.org
A sign advertises easy credit at a used car dealership in Chicago, Illinois. - Scott Olson/Getty Images. What are subprime auto loans? Subprime auto loans are ...
Subprime Loans Are Haunting Investors and Auto StocksU.S. News & World Report

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Financial Times

Buffett rescues teetering Canadian subprime mortgage lender
Financial Times
Warren Buffett has handed a lifeline to Home Capital Group, Canada's stricken subprime mortgage lender, producing a C$2.4bn (US$1.8bn) financing package which has eased immediate fears over its future. The company, Canada's largest provider of home ...
Warren Buffett Rides To The Rescue In Canada With $1.8 Billion Investment In Lender Home CapitalForbes
Buffett's Company Lends $1.5 Billion to Home Capital, Invests $300 MillionNewsmax
press release - Home Capital GroupHome Capital Group

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New York Times

The Car Was Repossessed, but the Debt Remains
New York Times
For millions of Americans like Ms. Harris who have shaky credit and had to turn to subprime auto loans with high interest rates and hefty fees to buy a car, there is no getting out. Many of these auto loans, it turns out, have a habit of haunting ...


Business Insider

Subprime auto numbers don't look good — but there's more to the story
Business Insider
There have been No Shortage of Subprime Auto related articles featured in news outlets recently. Each of which has captured the renewed focus of the investment community on the industry's trends in lending standards, loan performance and their ...


Ward's Auto

Subprime Becomes Too Rich for Some Lenders' Blood
Ward's Auto
Auto-loan delinquencies are up, mainly because of the usual suspects: subprime borrowers behind on their bills, according to credit tracker TransUnion. And although some lenders are pulling away from the subprime and non-prime segments, it's not a mass ...


Bloomberg

Subprime Mortgages, Fraud and Pessimism
Bloomberg
Does Anyone Remember How to Make a Subprime Mortgage? The lost art of making risky mortgages is in demand again (Wall Street Journal); Good Enough: In investing, the pie matters more than the slices (Irrelevant Investor); Cable News Wars: Inside the ...


Subprime Auto Bonds From 2015 May End Up Worst Ever, Fitch Says
Bloomberg
Subprime auto bonds issued in 2015 are by one key measure on track to become the worst performing in the history of car-loan securitizations, according to Fitch Ratings. This group of securities is experiencing cumulative net losses at a rate projected ...

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BBC News

Subprime Lender Provident Financial Hit by Shortage of Debt Collectors
New York Times
The company said a reorganisation of the business had led to a rise in the number of agents leaving, with the recent vacancy rate hitting 12 percent, twice the level anticipated. The company, which provides credit to people who do not meet the lending ...
Provident Financial shares dive by 17.5%BBC News
Principal Financial Group Inc - PFG - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research

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CNBC

Deja vu? Student subprime debt surges 32 percent
CNBC
The total level of debt for so-called deep subprime borrowers totaled $8.2 billion in the first quarter of 2017, a jump of 32 percent from the same period a year ago, according to SNL Financial citing data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


Auto Remarketing

Tale of the tape: Q1 deep subprime originations at independent versus franchised stores
Auto Remarketing
Perhaps reflecting the network of finance companies franchised dealers can tap to get a deal with a deep subprime customer “bought,” the average amount financed for buyers in Experian's lowest credit tier for used-vehicle transactions at new-car stores ...

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