U.S. consumer credit rises 3% in December

WASHINGTON – Consumer credit rose in December as consumers took out more non-mortgage loans, but the rate of borrowing slowed, according to today’s statistical release from the Federal Reserve. The monthly increase was slower than that for the full quarter, and the quarter’s was slower than that for the full year. “Income is more than…

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