September Consumer Credit Comes In Ahead Of Expectations

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Original post: The one big econ datapoint of the day…September consumer credit is expected to come in at $5.15 billion.

This is up form last month -$9.5 billion, which came in with a shock plunge.

We’ll have the number LIVE at 3.

Update: A solid $7.3 billion on consumer credit, beating expectations and a nice reb ound from last month’s surprise drop of $9.6 billion.

The full release can be found here.

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