For the Long Term in the U.S, Customers Increase Savings/Less Inclined to Use Debt, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Since the 2008-2009 financial crash, consumers in America have been more reluctant to go into debt than in the past.  This trend changed to some extent, during 2016 through 2018, as borrowing increased while unemployment dropped and consumers gained confidence. While many consumers continue to think conservatively, some forms of credit have been growing: 1) Consumers have greatly increased their purchases of automobiles, and the total amount of car loans has been rising.   2) Total student debt rose significantly in recent years due to rising tuition costs and college fees.  3) Mortgage debt has been on a slow rise thanks…

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