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January 2014 Consumer Credit: Credit Card Use Up

Written by Steven Hansen Econintersect analysis is that total consumer credit growth decelerated 0.1% month-over-month, and the year-over-year growth is 5.9%. The seasonally adjusted consumer credit headlines are showing a growth of 5.25%. The underlying dynamics are very interesting this … Continue reading

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December 2013 Consumer Credit: Credit Card Use Up

Written by Steven Hansen Econintersect analysis is that total consumer credit growth accelerated 0.1% month-over-month, and the year-over-year growth is 6.2% – up marginally from last month. The seasonally adjusted consumer credit headlines are showing a growth of 4.5% – … Continue reading

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November 2013 Consumer Credit Rate of Growth Slows

Written by Steven Hansen Econintersect analysis is that total consumer credit growth has decelerated 0.1% month-over-month, and the year-over-year growth is 6.1% – down marginally from last month. The seasonally adjusted consumer credit headlines are showing a growth of 4.75% … Continue reading

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October 2013 Consumer Credit Growth Remains Consistent With Economic Growth

Written by Steven Hansen Econintersect analysis is that total consumer credit growth has accelerated 0.2% month-over-month, and the year-over-year growth is 6.3% – again subtly growing from last month. The seasonally adjusted consumer credit headlines are showing a growth of … Continue reading

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September 2013 Consumer Credit Growth Remains Soft Ignoring Student Loans

Written by Steven Hansen Econintersect analysis is that total consumer credit growth has accelerated 0.1% month-over-month, and the year-over-year growth is 6.1% – subtly growing from last month. The seasonally adjusted consumer credit headlines are showing a growth of only … Continue reading

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