Share of Nonperforming Loans Improves in 2019

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In 2019, 0.89% of the loans that banks in the United States held were nonperforming, meaning that 99% of loan recipients were repaying their bank back.

That’s a big improvement compared with the years in the aftermath of the financial crisis. In 2010, 5.3% of bank loans were nonperforming.

Source: Statista