Reports will measure U.S. consumer credit

12/7/2009 | Reuters

Two reports scheduled for release this week will shed light on how the U.S. is reducing its reliance on credit. The dilemma is that too rapid of a contraction could derail a global economic recovery. Analysts predict a report will show that U.S. consumer credit fell $9.3 billion in October.

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