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Nonrevolving Consumer Credit Decelerates in February

The current G.19 Federal Reserve Consumer Credit report has been updated to show the preliminary figures for February 2019 consumer credit. In February, consumer credit increased at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.5%. Revolving1 credit increased at an annual rate of 3.3%, while nonrevolving2 credit increased at an annual rate of 5%. In the previous month, nonrevolving debt grew… Read More ›

Interest Rates on Consumer Credit Increase by the End of 2018

The latest data from the Federal Reserve Board’s G.19 Consumer Credit report show that all non-mortgage consumer credit, i.e., excluding loans secured by real estate, increased 5.0% in December, with revolving and nonrevolving credit increasing 2.0% and 6.0%, respectively. The current outstanding levels of debt, on a seasonally adjusted basis, are $1.04 trillion for revolving debt and $2.97 trillion for… Read More ›

Consumer Credit Expands

Consumer credit outstanding grew by a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.8%, $167.4 billion, in the month of November 2015, 0.6 percentage point slower than the 5.4% rate of growth recorded in October 2015. Consumer credit outstanding now totals $3.526 trillion. The increase in total consumer credit outstanding partly reflected an expansion in the outstanding amount of revolving consumer credit. Revolving credit,… Read More ›