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U.S. Household Debt and Credit Cards

At the end of 2016, debt owed by the 125.8 million households in the U.S. was $14.769 trillion, up 3.2%. Credit cards accounted for $1.001 trillion or 6.78% of household debt, up from 6.50% at the end of 2015. The ratio of credit card debt to household debt was highest in 1996 at 9.88%. The number of U.S. households is a figure provided by the United States Census Bureau. Household debt, consumer credit, and home mortgage debt figures shown here are calculated by the Federal Reserve System. Total consumer credit, total household debt, and home mortgage debt are reported in the Federal Reser...

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June 2017
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Asia-Pacific Market Shares of Purchase Volume-2016

U.S. General Purpose Cards 1Q 2017 vs. 1Q 2016

U.S. Credit Card Debt 1986-2016

Largest Merchant Acquirers in Middle East-Africa 2016

Asia-Pacific Market Shares of Purchase Transactions by Brand

Asia-Pacific General Purpose Cards 2016 vs. 2015

Year-Over-Year Growth/Decline in Purchase Volume on Cards Issued in Asia-Pacific

U.S. Store Credit Cards 2016 vs. 2015

U.S. Visa/Mastercard Credit Card Issuers-Third 50 2016

Consumer ACH Transactions in the U.S. 2016