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Consumer credit is reported by the US Federal Reserve once a month, about 35 days after the month ends. The report is considered an important fundamental indicator because the faster the consumer credit growth is, the more consumer spending fuels the economy. The reported values are in billions of USD. Better-than-expected values tend to help the US currency to go up on Forex. Worse-than-expected values usually lead to a fall of the US dollar. The posts listed below have the mentions of the consumer credit reports since the end of 2007.

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2007