Nothing was found on your request

credit and debt

Online Lenders Seek to Shape Industry Before Regulators Do

Online Lenders Seek to Shape Industry Before Regulators Do

Nat Hoopes, executive director of the Marketplace Lending Association, a trade group in Washington that represents online lenders.

Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of Oct. 24

The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues are scheduled for pricing this week.
To Secure a Mega-Merger, AT&T Plans to Shoulder Mega-Debt

To Secure a Mega-Merger, AT&T Plans to Shoulder Mega-Debt

An AT&T store window in New York City. A deal with Time Warner would create a combined debt of about $175 billion.
As Europe and Asia Hoard Cash, Economists See Echoes of Crisis

As Europe and Asia Hoard Cash, Economists See Echoes of Crisis

The central business district of Chengdu, China. The persistent rise in excess savings in China and elsewhere echoes the dangerous savings glut before the financial crisis.
New Jersey Moves to Take Control of Atlantic City

New Jersey Moves to Take Control of Atlantic City

Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.
Former Lending Club Chief Is Creating a New Lending Site

Former Lending Club Chief Is Creating a New Lending Site

Renaud Laplanche, the founder of Lending Club, at Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards in April.
Economic Trends: The Glaring Contradiction at the Heart of Donald Trump’s Economic Policy

Economic Trends: The Glaring Contradiction at the Heart of Donald Trump’s Economic Policy

A board displaying the exchange rate for the Mexican peso and the dollar in a bank in Mexico City this week.
Economic Trends: The Contradiction at the Heart of Donald Trump’s Economic Policy

Economic Trends: The Contradiction at the Heart of Donald Trump’s Economic Policy

A board displaying the exchange rate for the Mexican peso and the dollar in a bank in Mexico City this week.
Italy’s Banks Are in a Slow-Motion Crisis. And Europe May Pay.

Italy’s Banks Are in a Slow-Motion Crisis. And Europe May Pay.

Victor Massiah, chief executive of UBI Banca, in his office in Milan.
Opinion: Will Guys With Guns Replace the Agency Elizabeth Warren Created?

Opinion: Will Guys With Guns Replace the Agency Elizabeth Warren Created?

Brandon Wilson, a debt collector, at his office in Bangor, Me., in 2014.
As Auto Lending Rises, So Do Delinquencies

As Auto Lending Rises, So Do Delinquencies

A Volkswagen dealership in Louisville, Ky. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has warned about stresses in subprime auto lending.

E.C.B. Extends Bond-Buying Program to Protect Eurozone Economy

The European Central Bank also said it would cut the size of the program next year, while insisting it had no plans to end asset purchases altogether.

E.C.B. Extends Bond-Buying Program to Protect Eurozone Economy

The European Central Bank also said it would cut the size of the program next year, while insisting it had no plans to end asset purchases altogether.

Economic Trends: The Stock Market Looks Awfully Expensive Since the Trump Rally

It’s worth keeping your eyes wide open about the risks investors are taking, and the limited compensation they’re getting for it.

Your Money Adviser: The Number of Older Student Loan Borrowers Is Rising

Americans who are 60 and older are the fastest-growing group of student loan borrowers, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says.

Your Money Adviser: How to Keep Debt Collectors Honest, and at Bay

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it gets more complaints about debt collectors than anything else.

Your Money Adviser: How to Keep Debt Collectors Honest, and at Bay

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it gets more complaints about debt collectors than anything else.
A Rising Market Now Confronts Heightened Risks

A Rising Market Now Confronts Heightened Risks

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 6, when the Dow Jones industrial average rose but failed to crack the 20,000 mark.

In Debt: Debt-Exchange Offers Get a New Lease on Life

A recent decision by a federal appeals court means that restructuring advisers can go back to being cunning about designing new and ever more forcible exchange offers.