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Consumer credit drops for first time in 11 months

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
Consumer credit declined in July for the first time in 11 months as Americans turned to their plastic less and as growth in student loans cooled, according to data released Monday
Consumer credit fell at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.5% to $2.71 trillion, the Federal Reserve said
Revolving debt like credit-card borrowing fell for the second month with a 6.8% slide
But the larger nonrevolving category like auto and student loans saw a slowing of the growth rate, down to just 1% from 9.8% in June
The Fed also made a substantial upward revision of data from December 2010 onwards, with June growth reaching 5.3% from a previously reported 3% and May growth of 8.7% from a previous estimate of 7.8%
June's level of credit was revised up to $2.71 trillion from $2.58 trillion
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