U.S. August consumer credit ‧ soared of $ 18.12 billion - hpc


U.S. August consumer credit growth than more expected, education and car loans soared.
Fed figures released in Washington on Friday shows, August consumer credit increased by $ 18.12 billion, the highest increase for three months. A decrease of $ 2.5 billion in July after amended.
Bloomberg News survey of 34 economists expected to increase of $ 7.25 billion. Student and car loans, and other non-revolving loan growth accelerated, revolving loan growth for the first time since 3 months.
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