Bankruptcy & Economic Statistics
Economic Statistics Related to Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy & Economic Statistics

Economic Statistics that relate to bankruptcy, such as savings rates, default rates, and outstanding consumer debt, secured and unsecured, like credit card debt, student loan debt, and auto loans.
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Updated: 2020-07-27
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Numbers to Watch & Where to Find Them

You can follow the credit bubble as it pops and splatters its way through our financial institutions at http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases, where the Federal Reserve posts monthly reports that track the effects of the credit crisis on America's financial infrastructure.

If the flow of money is the fuel of American capitalism, then these reports are the fuel gauges. The Fed's unglamorous reports give us hard data on how much money is coursing through the American economy.

You can get other important numbers and information from non-governmental sources, including:

 


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