The consumer credit default rates in the United States increased for the third straight month in December, rising to 1.72 percent. The main reason for the steady increase in rates is the rising number of mortgage defaults.

Credit default rates reached a low of 1.46 percent in September, the lowest rate since the recession started. But rates increased in October, November and December.

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