Monday, February 23, 2015
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Quarterly Report on House Hold Debt and Credit (Feb. 2015):
Outstanding student loan balances reported on credit reports increased to $1.16 trillion (+$31 billion) as of December 31, 2014, representing about $77 billion increase from one year ago. Student loan delinquency rates worsened in the 4th quarter. About 11.3% of aggregate student loan debt is 90+ days delinquent or in default in 2014Q4, up from 11.1% in the third quarter.
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Household Debt Continues Upward Climb While Student Loan Delinquencies Worsen (Feb. 17, 2015)
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York, The Student Loan Landscape (Feb. 18, 2015)
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Looking at Student Loan Defaults through a Larger Window (Feb. 19, 2015)
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Payback Time? Measuring Progress on Student Debt Repayment (Feb. 20, 2015)
- Bloomberg, Student Debt May Be Sabotaging Your Shot at Buying a Home
- Bloomberg, Student-Loan Delinquencies Rise in U.S.
- Huffington Post, College Debt Is Crippling Black Graduates' Ability To Gain Wealth
- Los Angeles Times, New York Fed: Household Debt, Student Loan Delinquencies Climb
- New York Times, The Ball and Chain of Student Debt
- Slate, The Stunning Failure of Our Student Loan System
- Wall Street Journal, Who’s Most Likely to Default on Student Loans?
- Washington Post, Americans Are Having More Trouble Paying Off Their Student Debt Than Their Houses