A new study shows that the average credit scores of subprime lenders improved in 2014, suggesting a bubble in the subprime auto market is unlikely. Loans to subprime borrowers now account for a quarter of new auto loans.
A new study shows that the average credit scores of subprime lenders improved in 2014, suggesting a bubble in the subprime auto market is unlikely. Loans to subprime borrowers now account for a quarter of new auto loans. DANIEL ACKER BLOOMBERG
A new study shows that the average credit scores of subprime lenders improved in 2014, suggesting a bubble in the subprime auto market is unlikely. Loans to subprime borrowers now account for a quarter of new auto loans. DANIEL ACKER BLOOMBERG

LendingTree: Subprime auto bubble is unlikely

March 16, 2015 07:35 AM