• Robert Shiller is 'concerned' as market optimism hits lowest level in over 16 years

    5 days ago - By CNBC

    Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller sees some worrying signs in Yale University's monthly sentiment survey.
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  • There are worrying signs in a $200 billion corner of the auto loan market

    There are worrying signs in a $200 billion corner of the auto loan market

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Wall Street has been worried about the subprime auto loan market for some time .
    According to new research from the New York Federal Reserve, the delinquency rate for subprime loans originated by auto finance companies is spiking.
    "Although the impact on the larger financial sector may be muted, there are over 23 million consumers who hold subprime auto loans," the report said.
    The New York Federal Reserve is flagging some concern over a $200 billion auto loan market.
    In a post out Tuesday , researchers led by Andrew Haughwout highlighted the nearly doubling of the rate of delinquencies in...
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