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Credit Card and Debt Statistics Database
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Slower Increase in Consumer Credit

Consumer credit increased at an annual rate of 5 percent in May, down from a 10.5 percent rate in April, according to the Federal Reserve. Both revolving and nonrevolving credit increased at a slower rate, compared to the previous month. Commercial banks held 34 percent of total consumer credit, 31 percent of revolving credit and 37 percent of non-revolving consumer credit.
        Categories:  Debt,Consumer Credit
        Reporting Pub:
        Reporting Date:  7/1/2001
        Article Title:  Briefing on the Economy, Credit, and Interest Rates from the Economic Advisory Committee of the American Bankers Association July 2001
        Article Author:  Bank Economist Outlook
        Pub's Source:  Federal Reserve Board
        Source URL:  View details from source

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