October consumer credit spiked solidly, with a 1.7% jump over last year, which is the biggest gain in at least two years.
That’s the good news.
The bad news: It was based on a big boost in government-supplied studen loan credit.
Credit card spending continues to fade, with revolving credit dropping from $806 billion last month to $800 billion this month.
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