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    Moody's Analytics U.S. Consumer Credit Outlook

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

    Key topics include:

    • Atypical consumer spending patterns
    • Excessive saving
    • 2021 Consumer Credit Market Outlook

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