Consumer Lending in Brazil
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The confidence of Brazilian consumers is still low, especially given the poor condition of the labour market. High unemployment means that even employed consumers are reluctant to spend, as they fear being out of work in the short to medium term. Overall, Brazil's economy is recovering more slowly than expected. Also, the campaigning for political elections in October 2018 is characterised by fierce disputes between candidates from all points of the political spectrum, which only increases the u...
Euromonitor International's Consumer Lending in Brazil report establishes the size and structure of the market for ATMs cards, smart cards, credit cards, debit cards, charge cards, pre-paid cards and store cards. It looks at key players in the market (issuers and operators), number of cards in circulation, numbers transactions and value of transactions. It offers strategic analysis of sector forecasts and trends to watch.
Product coverage: Consumer Credit, Mortgages/Housing.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
Unemployment Fears Hamper Consumer Spending
New Rules on Revolving Credit Have Little Impact on Indebtedness
New Competition for Traditional Lenders
New Focus on Overdraft
Low Consumer Confidence Limits Consumer Credit's Growth Potential
Slower Than Expected Economic Recovery Hampers Consumer Credit
Consumer Credit's Development Depends on the Political Situation
New Rules on Revolving Credit Alter Minimum Payments for Credit Cards
Alternative Lenders Provide Solutions for Default Consumers
Public Banks Still Lead the Way
Overdraft Becomes the Most Expensive Credit Type in Brazil