“But, that’s still under the record high of 178.3 per cent, suggesting we may finally be at a turning point as the decades-long borrowing binge continues to. suggesting a pick-up in consumer.
What we think the Bank of England will do next in four charts . Author. James Smith.. Brexit, borrowing and a lack of domestically-generated inflation mean we’re not expecting a rate-hike run.. There’s also a risk that cliff edge fears could still make a comeback. In the same way businesses will need advance warning of the form the.
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UK lenders put brakes on credit after borrowing binge More lenders are planning to tighten consumer borrowing conditions than at any time since the financial crisis, figures show. By John-Paul.
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Why Europe’s corporate spending has hit the brakes. It is not the only cause for concern. Despite the elevated levels of gross cash on companies’ balance sheets, leverage remains high. The 2,000 highest spending global companies in 2013 may be sitting on $4.5tn of gross cash, according to S&P, but they have net debt of $11.1tn.
Income tax cuts clear NC Senate committee over Democrats’ objections The democrats’ rhetorical class warfare against these tax cuts has been, in a word, disgraceful. They’ve only been outdone by the media, which have falsely reported the Democrats’ spin as actual fact.
Banks are planning to put the brakes on credit card lending after a borrowing binge last year, Bank of England figures show. Lenders told a quarterly survey by the Bank that they had tightened credit scoring criteria for cards and other unsecured loans in the first three months of this year.
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CREDIT CARD debt has soared by almost 1bn, fuelling fears that the national spending spree is set for a painful ending. The ‘spend now, pay later’ culture sent borrowing on plastic up to a new.