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UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 7, 2019

Consumer credit up $14.6 billion, slowest in 3 months

Consumer borrowing slowed in June to the smallest increase in three months as a jump in auto loans and student loans was offset by a big drop in borrowing on …


UPDATED: Thu., March 7, 2019

Consumer borrowing up in January with credit card rebound

U.S. consumer borrowing rose at a slightly faster pace in January as borrowing on credit cards rebounded after a slowdown in December.


U.S. consumer borrowing growth slows to $13.9 billion

American consumers increased their borrowing at a slower pace in January, as the category that covers credit cards recorded the smallest increase in three years.


UPDATED: Tue., March 14, 2017

Student loan defaults rising, study finds

A new analysis of government data by the Consumer Federation of America found that the number of Americans in default on their student loans jumped by nearly 17 percent last …


Silver ETF investors exit as bear market looms on rate concerns; others drop gold

With traders pricing in near certainty that U.S. borrowing costs will rise next month, silver investors are heading for the exit.


U.S. consumer borrowing rose in September

American consumers boosted their borrowing in September, a potential sign that recent job growth and wage gains have left them slightly more comfortable with holding debt.


U.S. consumer borrowing jumps 10 percent in March

U.S. consumers sharply increased use of their credit cards in March, pushing up total borrowing at the fastest pace in more than a decade.


U.S. consumer borrowing rises at weak pace again

U.S. consumers borrowed at a modest pace in February for the second month in a row, evidence of ongoing caution that has kept a lid on spending this year.


Fed: Household debt, net worth post declines

WASHINGTON — U.S. households, hit by declining home values and stock market losses, have cut back on their debt levels for the first time on record as loans remain scarce …