‘No Pain, No Gain’

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Prism Precis: Consumer credit card debt declines as Americans snap their wallets shut. Negative for economy.

Today’s Market MRI: Americans Chip Away at Credit Card Debt

CNBC Reports: “U.S. consumer credit posted its weakest growth in eight months in June as Americans reduced credit card debt, a potentially negative sign for an economy that has struggled to create jobs… Consumer credit grew by $6.46 billion in June, the Federal Reserve said on Tuesday. That was well below the $11 billion advance Wall Street economists had forecast in a Reuters poll… Consumer credit flows — a relatively new data series that the Fed says is more sensitive to economic trends — also cooled. The flow of consumer credit fell to an annual rate of $77.5 billion in June. In May, that rate was $200.4 billion, the Fed said.”

Prism Responds: Do you see how lackluster this reporting is, Dear Reader? What CNBC should have said is: Holy Bernanke! U.S. consumer credit absolutely plunged by 41.3% in June (we do the math for you) while consumer credit flows freaking nosedived 61.3% (we confess: we used a calculator), a sure sign that Americans are snapping their wallets shut faster than Gomer Pyle can say ‘Deeee-pression!’

Since Americans hardly manufacture anything anymore, the only way we can stay afloat is to buy all that stuff that everyone else makes. Problem is, you can’t do that without a job. And you can’t get a job unless someone’s hiring. So you use your credit card to put the pain off until tomorrow. And then one day you aren’t willing to use your credit card at all, which means you’re feeling the pain today. And we all know what that means: No pain, no gain.

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