Pantheon Macroeconomics - British households are back to their old ways and are piling on debt again. With borrowing costs still falling, consumer confidence high and banks willing to lend, indebtedness will only increase unless the Bank of England acts.

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01 Mar. 2016 Rising Consumer Debt Puts Pressure on the Bank to Act

By Samuel Tombs

British households are back to their old ways and are piling on debt again. With borrowing costs still falling, consumer confidence high and banks willing to lend, indebtedness will only increase unless the Bank of England acts.

Posted: 1st Mar 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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