Will Changing Household Debt Levels Affect Global Consumption Patterns?

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Household debt is a major component of consumer spending in developed economies, which have the largest purchasing power per capita. Economic conditions, such as a recession and rising debt levels over time have a major impact on the cost of holding debt and the levels of consumption in the economy. Households tend to deleverage debt after economic downturns in order to maintain a sustainable and equilibrium level of debt. This has spending and demand implications for products, dependant of debt-driven sales such as automotives and appliances.

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