Credit Corp Group traded at 22.75 this Monday May 23rd, decreasing 0.04 or 0.18 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Credit Corp Group lost 24.84 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 17.93 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Credit Corp Group to be priced at 21.93 by the end of this quarter and at 20.55 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
22.75
Daily Change
-0.18%
Yearly
-17.93%

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Credit Corp Group
Credit Corp Group Limited is an Australia-based debt purchasing and collection and consumer lending company. Its segments include debt ledger purchasing (Australia and New Zealand), debt ledger purchasing (United States) and consumer lending (Australia and New Zealand). The debt ledger purchasing segment purchases consumer debts at a discount to their face value from credit providers in Australia and New Zealand, with the objective of recovering amounts in excess of the purchase price over the collection life cycle of the receivables to produce a return. The debt ledger purchasing (United States) segment purchases consumer debts at a discount to their face value from credit providers in the United States, with the objective of recovering amounts in excess of the purchase price over the collection life cycle of the receivables to produce a return. The consumer lending (Australia and New Zealand) segment offers various sustainable financial products to credit-impaired consumers.