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- Consumer Credit
In September, outstanding consumer credit increased at a seasonally-adjusted annualized rate of 5.4 percent, slightly below the revised August increase of 5.6 percent. Revolving credit growth fell 2.9 percent in September, compared to a 1.2 percent decline in August. Nonrevolving credit, which mainly reflects student and auto loans, increased 8.7 percent for the month, rising $15.8 billion after a revised increase of $15.0 billion in the previous month.