Tag Search Result

Federal Reserve

Swapalease Releases Latest Figures on Lease Credit Approvals

Lease credit approvals reached 70.8% in February; Up slightly from 68% in January.

Read more

NADA Predicts 1.2% Decline in 2020 New Car Sales

The National Automobile Dealers Association estimates U.S. new vehicle sales will fall to 16.8 million units as internal and external forces reshape the auto retail industry.

Sense of Urgency Pervades Q3 Dealership Acquisitions

Kerrigan Advisors’ latest Blue Sky Report finds the pace of U.S. dealership buy/sell activity quickened in the third quarter and could accelerate further in Q4.

Regulators Appear to Endorse Alternative Credit Scoring

A joint statement from the nation’s biggest banking regulators expressed cautious optimism toward emerging decisioning models that could generate more auto loans.

Auto Loans and Leases Up 1% in Q3

The Federal Reserve reports U.S. car buyers borrowed $159 billion in the third quarter, a modest gain powered by a 6% increase in originations to prime credit customers.

Fed Triggers Third Interest Rate Cut of 2019

The Federal Reserve has announced its third interest rate reduction since July, this time excluding language committing the central bank to action in support of economic expansion.

Fed Cuts Interest Rates Again, Stock Market Responds

Stock are on the rise following the second quarter-point reduction to the federal funds rate in less than two months. No further cuts are planned for this year or next, guaranteeing further pressure from the White House.

New-Vehicle Interest Rates Fall to 5.8%

The average interest rate for a U.S. new-vehicle loan fell below 6% for the first time all year as automakers and dealers extended model-year selldown promotions.

Cornered Fed Announces First Rate Cut Since 2008

Facing new global realities and pressure on multiple fronts, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade in an attempt to prolong the economic expansion.

Read more

Fed Reserve Approves Third Rate Hike of 2018

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised interest rates for the third time this year and signaled it will raise the cost of borrowing again in December. Industry economists said it will not get better for consumers or the industry from here.

a Bobit media brand

Create your free Bobit Connect account to bookmark content.

The secure and easy all-access connection to your content.
Bookmarked content can then be accessed anytime on all of your logged in devices!

Create Account