Commercial Bank Loan Delinquency Rate Chart suggesting that the commercial bank loan delinquency rate is expected to rise Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research
Delinquency – U.S. Unemployment Rate and Mortgage Loans Past Due The rising unemployment rate in the United States should increase the delinquency rate. Image: Oxford Economics
U.S. Delinquency Rate and Unemployment Rate Hopes of a V-shaped recovery are fading, as delinquency rates were already moving higher before the virus hit. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research
U.S. Credit Card Delinquency Rates (Debt) This chart suggests that the U.S. banking system is divided in two groups: small banks accept high credit risks, while large banks reject high credit risks. Image: Wolf Street Corp.
Delinquency Rate on All Loans and Recessions In recent history, the delinquency rate trended upward before the recession began. Today, it is declining and does not suggest a recession is looming.
Delinquency Rate of Student Loans since 2003 The delinquency rate of student loans is higher than credit card delinquency, auto loans and mortgages. The main reason is that the interest rate on student loans can be very high. Image: Federal Reserve Bank of New York
U.S. Auto Loan Delinquency Auto loan delinquencies keep rising in recent years and are a good measure of financial strain. Image: Quill Intelligence, LLC
Delinquencies as % of Total Loans This chart shows the highest mortgage delinquency rate in nine years. Image: The Daily Shot
Commercial and Industrial Loans of U.S. Banks as % of GDP vs. Deliquency Rate Is the end of the U.S. credit cycle near? The delinquency rate remains low, while U.S. business loans are close to previous highs. Image: Pavilion Global Markets
The Credit Cycle Is Leading the Economic Cycle This great chart shows that an economic slowdows risk is rising. When delinquency rates on consumer loans reach a low, there’s a high probability of a recession on the horizon. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research