Consumer credit

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Clusterstock  Jul 8  Comment 
Consumer credit balances increased by $19.6 billion in May. This is according to the Federal Reserve's monthly G.19 report. This compares to the $26.1 billion increase in April. Economists were expecting balances to increase by $19.6...
StreetInsider.com  Jul 8  Comment 
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MarketWatch  Jul 8  Comment 
U.S. consumer credit growth remained strong in May but not at the fast pace seen in April, the Federal Reserve reported Tuesday. U.S. consumers increased their debt in May by a seasonally adjusted $19.6 billion, down from a revised $26.1 billion...
FX Street  Jun 11  Comment 
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FX Street  Jun 9  Comment 
Consumer credit saw the largest growth in over three years in April with a $26.8 billion expansion.... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.
MarketWatch  Jun 6  Comment 
U.S. consumer credit growth jumped in April to its fastest pace in almost three years, the Federal Reserve reported Friday. U.S. consumers increased their debt in April by a seasonally adjusted $26.8 billion. The debt increase in April is well...
Clusterstock  Jun 6  Comment 
SeekingAlpha  Jun 4  Comment 
By Gary Gordon: Technology was the best performing sector in the five years prior to the 2000-02 stock market bear. The acceleration of dot-com mania created a boom-to-bust scenario that few had ever seen. Yet "tech" actually weakened before...
Mondo Visione  May 22  Comment 
Credit firms need to do more to ensure their adverts and promotions do not mislead potential customers. The findings come as Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) statistics show that one in five adverts from consumer credit firms, for products...
Mondo Visione  May 16  Comment 
Credit firms need to do more to ensure their adverts and promotions do not mislead potential customers. The findings come as Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) statistics show that one in five adverts from consumer credit firms, for products...
FX Street  May 8  Comment 
Total outstanding consumer credit rose $17.5B (seasonally-adjusted) in March, the largest gain... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.




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Consumer credit is credit extended specifically for personal or household use.

Consumer credit is credit referring specifically to credit extended for personal or household use by individual consumers and their families. This differs from, say, business or bank credit, which is used by corporations or banks.

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