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S&P/Experian: Auto Default Rate Registers Largest Increase Since December 2011

Despite the nine-basis-point increase, the auto loan default rate remains near levels recorded one year ago. However, declining auto sales and the normal end-of-year push to make room for newer models may encourage easier credit conditions and raise concerns about future defaults.

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Default Rates Increased in August

Default rates inched up in August across multiple consumer credit categories, including auto loans and mortgages, according to data released by S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian.

Auto Loan Defaults Rise in July

Consumer credit defaults remained relatively stable in July, according to data from S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian. The on exception were auto loans, which showed an increase in defaults.

Consumer Credit Defaults Continue Upward Trend

According to S&P and Experian, consumer credit defaults continue to rise, with the bank card default rate leading the way. The auto loan default rate also increased.

National Credit Default Rates Rose in September

While consumer credit quality continues to look healthy, the national composite was 1.38 percent in September, slightly up from 1.34 percent in August.

Auto Loan Default Rate Inches Up in February, S&P/Experian Report

The auto loan default rate rose slightly from January to February, but remains below year-ago levels. The two firms also report that overall consumer credit remains healthy.

S&P/Experian: Auto Loan Default Rate Rises in September

Auto was the only loan type to show an increase in its default rate, but officials with the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices don’t seem concerned.

Auto Loan Default Rate Falls to Eight-Year Low

Default rates for all loan types except bank cards fell for the fourth consecutive month, reaching their lowest levels since at least the end of the recent economic crisis.