Major US banks have seen rising credit card and loan default rates since the pandemic restrictions and unprecedented job losses started in early March. For a large part of 2020, many banks and credit-card firms have cut or lowered interest rates and minimum payments. Because of this and the overall slow recovery that economic experts expect, data shows that banks are gearing up for a costly stretch of loan losses.
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