Credit Applications Decrease, Reflecting Consumers’ Credit Fears

March 20, 2017 Brian Honea

Unmet credit demands of U.S. consumers are partially caused by reluctance of some to even apply for credit. Survey reveals that consumers are generally more pessimistic of future approval rates, influenced by the increase in involuntary account closures. These rose to their highest level since October 2015.

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