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Small-Biz Owners Used Forbearance, HELOCs to Survive
In the depths of the pandemic, many owners turned to their personal credit to keep their businesses from going under.
U.S. Household Debt Hits Record $1.4 Trillion
Americans beefed up their mortgage balances to a new high, taking advantage of near-zero interest rates.
Job Seekers Gloomy About Salary Prospects
A New York Fed survey finds the average full-time offer wage received declined from $58,880 to $49,250 between March and July.
Household Debt Continues Slow Climb
U.S. consumers continue to enlarge their balance sheets with automobile and credit card loans, as well as mortgages.
U.S. Consumers Expect 2.6% Rise in Inflation
A New York Fed survey finds consumers' inflation expectations for the next three years are at their highest level in five months.
U.S. Consumers Expect 2.7% Rise in Inflation
The findings of a New York Fed survey reflect expectations of a sharp rebound in gasoline prices over the next year.