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Forecasters see bigger loans, only modest uptick in delinquencies

Favorable trends for auto lending should continue into 2015, including bigger average loans and leases and only small increases in delinquencies, analysts for credit bureaus TransUnion and Equifax predict.  » READ
 

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Ally, Wells Fargo prefer profit over volume

 

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Online F&I product sales a 'struggle'

 

In-store kiosks put F&I right in front of customers

 

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GM Financial ready to compete in 2015

 

Finance managers found on showroom floor

 

F&I, sales managers see paychecks converge

 

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Aluminum wave could boost dent-repair policies

 

Used-car buyers are big F&I opportunity

 

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Appearance products fight to stay on menu

 

Group pushes states on F&I product rules

 

Average new-car loan hits 8-year high of $27,799

 

Honda Finance may face U.S. penalty for discrimination in auto-loan pricing

 

Auto finance benefits from looser purse strings

 

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Popping the subprime bubble myth

 

Popping the subprime bubble myth

 

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