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People With the Best & Worst Credit Get Access to More Cash

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The credit reporting bureau Experian has put together a interesting infographic that mashes together a number of telling macro-economic trends, and correlates them to recent changes in the credit card market. Foreclosures are rising but home prices are still hurting. Meanwhile unemployment is still high. Nevertheless, people are spending more money — shopping, eating out and buying cars. And Experian is seeing some changes in the volume of credit being offered on credit cards (they call them bankcards), particularly at the margins — meaning people with really good credit and people with really bad credit are getting access to more money.

Retail Spending and Card Transactions

Source: Experian


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