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    U.S. Consumer Credit Outlook - 2020 Q1

    Join Scott Hoyt and David Fieldhouse, as they discuss the current and anticipated trends in household credit conditions based on Moody's Analytics forecasts of Equifax data.

    Key topics include:

    • Effect of the economy on credit conditions
    • Shifting drivers of consumer spending
    • Analysis of individual lending lines
       

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