U.S. July consumer credit rose $17.7 billion, outpacing forecasts - Fed
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U.S. July consumer credit rose $17.7 billion, Fed says. The forecast called for a $16 billion increase.
Credit card and other revolving debt rose $2.8 billion and non-revolving borrowing rose $14.9 billion.
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