No, There's Not a Bubble in Subprime Auto Loans

There has been plenty of worry that there may be too much froth in subprime auto loans. The New York Times, in an investigation last month, found a “bubble” fueled by a  troubling pattern of people getting credit who had no ability to pay back their loans, and there are signs that the Justice Department is starting an industry-wide probe into the market.

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