A Tiny Bit Of Good News...

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Consumer credit in May grew by $5.07 billion, which compares favourably to expectations of $4 billion growth.Unfortunately, last month was revised downward from $6.2 billion to $5.6 billion.

Still, on net, a touch better than expectations.

Major indices are all off less than 1% with about an hour to go.

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