Going to credit to finance day to day spending is once again a common practice among consumers once they have forgotten the worst consequences of the economic crisis for family budgets. Households have resumed the hiring of all types of instant financing products which usually do not have as many concession barriers as a mortgage to purchase the classic household appliance make the trip dream or renew your vehicle.
The volume of new operations reached 27,355 million last year, which implies several milestones: a new increase of 14% compared to the previous year, when it was already improving 13%. At the same time, the highest level of credit investment since before the recession began. Continue reading “Households borrow 14% more from personal loans”