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13 November 2017 By Tom Buerkle

Peer-to-peer loans in the United States are going bad at double-digit rates, eerily like subprime mortgages a decade ago. Although the sector is small, the trend coincides with rising bank credit-card losses. These are classic late-cycle signs of stress among American consumers.

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