Rising car loan default rates spell trouble for automakers

Mar 16, 2017
People who took out subprime loans to buy a car are falling behind on their payments at the highest rate since the financial crisis. That could lead to higher costs for people who want a car loan. It’s also bad news for the automakers.  Click the audio player above to hear the full story.

More credit cards going to buyers with imperfect credit

Aug 11, 2016
Companies are issuing cards more freely, so why are delinquency rates down?
More people with poor credit are getting credit cards, according to a new report.
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