Consumer Credit Balances Expand

Consumer credit balances increased by $US13.22 billion in October.

This was a bit less than the $US16.50 billion expected by economists.

Non-revolving credit, which includes auto loans and student loans, increased by $US12.3 billion.

Revolving credit, which includes credit card debt, climbed by $US922 million.

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