Subprime auto originations have nearly doubled in recent years, which has led to warnings of a bubble. But the fears are overstated, especially for banks, which have made fewer loans to borrowers with the lowest credit scores, four New York Fed economists said.
Subprime Auto Worries Overblown: N.Y. Fed Economists
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