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Credit unions see ups and downs in consumer lending.

Credit unions increased their share of lending in March for credit cards and non-revolving loans, including automobiles, the Fed reported Monday.

The Fed’s G-19 Consumer Lending Report showed credit unions made a strong gain in their share of consumer loans in March as their portfolios rose twice as fast as banks over the past year and continued to rise from February to March, when banks’ portfolios shrank.

Jim DuPlessis

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