US household debt relative to disposable personal income remains at all-time lows, as shown in the chart. Since the financial crisis in 2008, households have meaningfully deleveraged, with their financial obligation ratio falling over 300bps. Low rates, earnings growth, and a healthy labor market have helped households’ capacity to service debt. In turn, we expect the strong consumer backdrop to continue to support the expansion.
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