It's either the worst of times or bound to get worse, depending on whom you ask these days.
The stuff of central bankers' nightmares has crept into daily headlines as global economies struggle to come to terms with rising inflation and interest rates and unstoppable dollar strength.
And then there is the American consumer. Rising food and energy prices have put the brakes on many a household budget. So, it would stand to reason that those lenders to consumers should be struggling. Or are they?
Student loans and auto loans are  . . .
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