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Consumer Credit Outstanding Annual Growth Rate Slows

By Brian Honea Non-revolving consumer credit outstanding grew at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 7.0 percent during May (about $174 billion), which was about 0.8 percentage points faster than the rate at which it grew in April. The post Consumer Credit Outstanding Annual Growth Rate Slows appeared first on DSNews. Via:: Consumer Credit Outstanding Annual Growth Rate Slows       

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Consumer Expectations Toward Housing and Economy Growing More Positive

By Brian Honea The survey found that home price change expectations rose to 3.5 percent, their highest level this year, and median earnings growth as well as household spending growth expectations increased from the prior month. Median consumer inflation expectations at both the short and medium term horizon continue to be stable, while labor market expectations also continued to improve …

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New York AG Highlights Success of Home Retention Programs

By Brian Honea Schneiderman said the three programs his office has created, the Homeowner Protection Program (HOPP), the New York State Mortgage Assistance Program (NYS MAP), and AGScamHelp.com, have benefited tens of thousands of homeowners in New York State by helping them avoid foreclosure and keeping them in their homes. The post New York AG Highlights Success of Home Retention …

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Auction.com Named One of AlwaysOn’s Global 250 for 2015

By Brian Honea According to Auction.com, the companies are recognized for their potential to innovate in existing markets and capitalize on new market opportunities. Auction.com was named in the “Marketplace and E-Commerce” category along with Airbnb, Houzz, Thumbtack, Flipkart, and other notable market leaders. The post Auction.com Named One of AlwaysOn’s Global 250 for 2015 appeared first on DSNews. Via:: …

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DS News Webcast: Monday 7/13/2015

By Jordan Funderburk Witnesses at a recent House Financial Services Committee hearing testified the Dodd-Frank Act has “reduced financial stability” and made Americans worse off financially in the controversial law’s first five years of existence. The hearing was the first in a series of three full Committee hearings to examine the impact Dodd-Frank has had on American consumers and the …

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HUD Inspector General Reports Lack of Oversight on HUD-backed Indian Home Loans

By Brian Honea HUD is authorized to guarantee loans made by private lenders to Native Americans, Indian housing authorities or tribally designated housing entities, and tribes under the provisions of Section 184 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 and as amended by the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996. The post HUD Inspector General …

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