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U.S. Consumer Credit

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Latest Release
Dec 07, 2018
Actual
25.38B
Forecast
15.10B
Previous
11.57B
Consumer Credit measures the change in the total value of outstanding consumer credit that requires installment payments. It is closely correlated with consumer spending and confidence. The figure can be volatile as it often subject to sizable revisions.

A higher than expected reading should be taken as positive/bullish for the USD, while a lower than expected reading should be taken as negative/bearish for the USD.
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U.S. Consumer Credit
 
Release Date Time Actual Forecast Previous
Dec 07, 2018 (Oct) 15:00 25.38B 15.10B 11.57B
Nov 07, 2018 (Sep) 15:00 10.92B 16.50B 22.88B
Oct 05, 2018 (Aug) 14:00 20.08B 14.90B 16.60B
Sep 10, 2018 (Jul) 14:00 16.64B 14.50B 8.46B
Aug 07, 2018 (Jun) 14:00 10.21B 16.20B 24.26B
Jul 09, 2018 (May) 14:00 24.56B 12.70B 10.27B

News

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Analysis

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jacqfrost david
jacqfr0st Sep 08, 2016 9:23PM ET
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Consumers are taking on more debt via credit cards and loans. This combined with contraction in services and manufacturing, an unemployment rate at 4.9%, means that people may be using credit to pay for every day expenses, borrowing due to not having the means to pay for it.
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Fx Joyonto Sarker Sep 08, 2014 4:04PM ET
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what does it mean ?
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