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Outstanding consumer credit in the United States in June +40.15 billion against +25.0 billion expected

  • Before was +22.35 billion (revised to $23.79 billion)
  • Turning +14.8B
  • Non-rotating +25.36B

Consumers continue to borrow, despite rising rates. It could be a sign of an optimistic consumer or a consumer who cannot afford to pay the bills.


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