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Consumer Credit Drops $3.3 Billion in August: Fed Consumer61136中特百度图片 credit fell by $3.3 billion in August, the Federal Reserve said

in a report released Thursday afternoon. The drop was about what economists predicted. Economists polled by Thomson-Reuters pred

icted a $3 billion decline in consumer credit, according to the Associated Press. The fall in consumer credit was led by a plunge in revolving debt such as credit cards. Americans eliminated more than $5 billion, or 7.2 percent, of their total revolving debt. On the other ha

nd, non-revolving debt, including car and student loans, incre

ased by 1.3 percent, or $1.7 billion. Consumer credit data has been downb

eat ever since the recession has prompted Americans t

o save more and spend l

ess. A decline in consumer credit wei

ghs down the economy, a

s consumer spending generates about 70 percent of econ

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