Mar. Consumer Credit: Up to $21.36B, vs. Cons. $9.8B
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Consumer credit for the month of March comes in at $21.355 billion, which compares to the economist estimate of $9.8 billion. February's consumer credit reading was revised higher from an initial $8.735 billion to $9.267 billion.
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