Consumer Borrowing in U.S. Declined $9.1 Billion in May

Consumer credit in the U.S. declined in May more than forecast. The $9.1 billion decrease followed a revised $14.9 billion slump in April that was initially estimated as a $1 billion increase, the Federal Reserve reported today in Washington – Bloomberg

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