Bank Willingness To Lend To Consumers Drops To Zero

Sharing is Caring!

by confoundedinterest

It seem s that banks willingness to lend to consumers hass fallen. Perhaps it should be an index of “Willing.”

Bank willingness to lend to consumers, a prime driver of Federal Reserve monetary policy, typically slumps to zero before a recession.

See also  US June New Home Sales Disappoint, Down 6.6% Since May (Median Price For NHS Drops 5%)

unnamed (1)_6

Yes, as The Fed continues to unwind its balance sheet, bank willingness to lend to consumers is melting.

See also  Inflation Heats Up (4.8% Run Rate) As Buying Conditions For Housing Drops Like A Paralyzed Falcon

The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee (FOMC) looks at the bank willingness to lend numbers.

fedresbog.png

 

1,202 views

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.