Consumption falls as consumers break free of mortgage debt

4—Consumption falls as consumers break free of mortgage debt, Housingwire In five years time, U.S. households reduced their total outstanding debt by $1.3 trillion as mortgage debts either paid off or were written down, researchers with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York claim in a new report .

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Consider this list of ten practical benefits of escaping excessive consumerism in your life: 1) Less debt. The average American owns 3.5 credit cards and $15,799 in credit card debt. totaling consumer debt of $2.43 trillion in the USA alone. This debt causes stress in our lives and forces us to work jobs that we don’t enjoy.

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U.S. consumer credit increased at an annual rate of 2.5% in January as federal government lending rose, though credit-card debt fell to a six-year low.

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The recession curtailed credit card debt. It fell more than 10% in each of the first three months of 2009. During the recession, banks cut back on consumer lending. Then the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act increased regulations over credit cards. It also created the Consumer Financial Protection Agency to enforce those regulations.

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Consumption falls as consumers break free of mortgage debt 2013-04-22, 07:18 pm In five years time, U.S. households reduced their total outstanding debt by $1.3 trillion as mortgage debts either paid off or were written down, researchers with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York claim in a new report .