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Once the economy as a whole reaches a point where debt service costs are higher than disposable income, then people have no choice but to deleverage through defaults or bankruptcy. Sadly FRED only has data on household debt service and government interest payments, but nothing on corporate debt interest payments.
An early, and remarkably accurate, analysis of likely mortgage defaults and their effects on financial institutions, mortgage lending and the economy as a whole by economist Jan Hatzius predicted a huge reduction of 2.6 percentage points in real GDP growth in both 2008 and 2009 from a baseline of about 2.5 percent annual growth.
Nearly 11 million Americans are underwater on their mortgages, meaning they owe more than their homes are worth. Homeowners have struggled with the loss of $7 trillion in household. Bank report.
A recent Deutsche Bank report notes as “headwinds” the continued weakness of household balance sheets, the rising number of underwater mortgages. default and continue to ride out the halting.
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