Kostya Gradushy

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  • Mortgage Delinquencies, Consumer Spending

    Black Knight Financial Services reported that 5.9 percent of U.S. mortgages were delinquent in August, up from 5.64 percent in July. And Americans' daily spending dropped to an average of $87 in September, down from $94 in July and August.

    National 07 October 2014 13:39
  • Fed Says Lenders are Loosening Up; Foreclosures Drop

    The Federal Reserve reports that domestic lenders are easing standards on construction, land development, and nonresidential commercial loans. Little has changed for prime residential loans, though a separate report by Black Knight shows a decrease in foreclosures.

    National 05 August 2014 13:44
  • Underwater Mortgages Drop, Non-Manufacturing Sector Expands

    Black Knight released its Mortgage Monitor report for March yesterday, reporting a decrease in delinquent U.S. residential mortgages over the previous month. And economic activity in the non-manufacturing sector was up again in April, according to the Institute for Supply Management.

    National 06 May 2014 13:26

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