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U.K. | 28 September 2017 A Slowdown in Unsecured Lending will Hurt More than the Bank Thinks
The risk posed by consumer borrowing was once again the focus of the Financial Policy Committee's discussion last week.

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28 September 2017 A Slowdown in Unsecured Lending will Hurt More than the Bank Thinks

By Samuel Tombs

The risk posed by consumer borrowing was once again the focus of the Financial Policy Committee's discussion last week.

Posted: 27th Sep 2017 in 'U.K.'

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