CHARGE! Americans swiped their credit cards more often in October and borrowed more to go to school and buy cars, pushing consumer credit up by $14.2 billion in October, compared to September.
BIG TAB: The October increased pushed consumer credit to an all-time high of $2.75 trillion.
GIVING THEM CREDIT: Economists believe that an improving labor market should keep consumer borrowing rising at a moderate pace in coming months, which should help to boost consumer spending.
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