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A recovery in auto loans, but young Americans aren’t buying cars

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Consumer borrowing to finance car purchases has recovered to its pre-recession levels, but it appears that young people are not as interested in buying vehicles as previous generations were. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported Wednesday that new auto loans rose by $14 billion to $92 billion in the second quarter of 2013, even as consumers continued to de-leverage in other parts of...

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