People living in white neighborhoods are more likely to be approved for credit cards than those living in black neighborhoods, according to a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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The chart shows the gap in credit card lending between all-white neighborhoods and all-black neighborhoods.
Location and color In essence, a white person living in a black neighborhood could have a greater chance of being denied a credit card.
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