Consumer credit demand forecasts spike to highest levels since Brexit vote
Demand for consumer credit is expected to rise to its highest level since the Brexit vote, a Bank of England survey suggests. Lenders expect household appetite for unsecured credit accounting for personal loans, overdrafts and credit cards to increase 12.3% over the next three months, according to the Bank's Credit Conditions Survey of banks and building societies.
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