FICO Scores Reflect Slow Economic Recovery

by on ‎09-19-2012 09:42 AM

 

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Our FICO Labs team has taken a fresh look at national distribution of FICO® 8 Scores. With a couple of interesting exceptions, we found that consumer scores are continuing their slow return to a pre-recession pattern.

 

The first two years of the recession (2008-2009) moved the scores for millions of people into the lowest (300-499) and the highest (800-850) segments of the FICO® Score range. Correspondingly fewer people had scores in the middle range (600-749).

 

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