Credit Card Spending Said to Rise 6%

McKenna, Andrea
August 2010
American Banker;8/17/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 126, p6
Trade Publication
The article provides brief information about the monthly spending on credit cards by U.S. consumers, according to a study by research company Synovate.


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