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Housing slowdown could see U.S. consumers turn to credit cards

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A slowdown in the U.S. housing market could have consumers spending more on credit cards.

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With the housing market experiencing a slowdown of late, U.S. consumers could switch from using the equity in their homes for expenses to more traditional methods such as charge cards.

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Credit Card Rate Report Updated: October 14th, 2020
Business
13.91%
Airline
15.50%
Cash Back
15.85%
Reward
15.75%
Student
16.12%

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