And Revolving Consumer Credit Shrinks Again In July

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We shall have a chart on the full Consumer Credit picture shortly, but here’s what you need to know.

Revolving Consumer Credit (read: credit cards) shrunk from $837 billion to $832 billion from June to July.

Nonresolving consumer credit (all other kinds of loans) grew ever so modestly from $1590.3 billion billion to $1591 billion.

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