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U.S. Store Cards vs. U.S. General Purpose Cards

Purchase volume on private label store cards has grown from $77.69 billion in 1991 to $196.34 billion in 2016. Purchase volume on store cards grew by 153% over that period, while all other credit cards grew by 756%. As a percentage of purchase volume on all credit cards, store cards have seen their market share fall from 17.49% in 1991 to 5.89% at year-end 2016. Over the last 25 years, some store card purchase volume has been lost to co-branded Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards. Nearly every major national and regional retail chain has a co-brand partnership. However, t...

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December 2017
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Top 10 Issuers of Payment Cards Worldwide 2016

Purchase Volume on U.S. Credit Cards: Store vs. Total

Year-Over-Year Change in Purchase Volume on Store vs. All Other Credit Cards in the U.S.

Total Chip Card Shipments Worldwide 2016

Chip Card Shipments by Category and Type of Card 2016

Largest Credit Card Issuers by Purchase Volume & Country 2016

Largest Debit Card Issuers by Purchase Volume & Country 2016