Consumers reduced their household debt for the first time in six years in the second quarter, as nonessential spending fell in response to the coronavirus shutdown, a New York Federal Reserve survey finds. The largest drop was for credit card balances, which fell by $76 billion to around $820 billion.
US households lower debt for first time in 6 years
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