Feb 26 (Reuters) - More U.S. consumers declared bankruptcy in January as they struggled to stay current on mortgages, car loans and credit card payments, according to data from one of the largest U.S. credit bureaus. Equifax Inc.'s January Credit Trends Report, drawn from 11 million credit profiles, was provided exclusively to Reuters. * Total personal bankruptcy filings rose 25 percent in January from a year ago. * Chapter 7 filings, which liquidate the assets of those unable to pay ...
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