CURO Group Holdings: The Downside May Not Be Complete

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  • Inflation and expensive lending will likely weigh on demand for consumer credit, of which CURO Group Holdings Corp. is a provider.
  • With recession fears joining the team, even with an improved portfolio of products with lower failure rates, CURO likely won't have an easy time tackling it.
  • The resulting headwinds, which have caused the stock to plummet so far, are on track to linger, so investors may want to consider a Sell rating.

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Elevated Inflation and Higher Borrowing Costs Weigh on Consumer Finance and its Providers, Including CURO Group Holdings Corp.

Increased inflation combined with higher borrowing costs due to the Fed's tight interest rate policy weighs on

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Alberto holds a Master's degree in Business Economics. During his academic career he acquired an extensive managerial and economic background, with a solid quantitative basis.  He covers all sectors and the different types of stocks. Essentially describes a useful investment strategy that fits the profile of any investor, whether they are dividend investors or interested in a value proposition or growth opportunity.

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