Consumer credit default rates continued declining to historical lows in July.

The S&P Dow Jones/Experian national composite index was 1.01% in July, which is down one basis point from the previous month and a 34 basis point drop compared to a year ago. The latest July percentage represents the lowest default rate in over 10 years, S&P/Experian said.

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