U.S. consumer credit preview: U.S. consumer credit preview: June consumer credit is expected to increase $17.0 B (median $18.0 B). Increases in non-revolving credit are leading to the largest series of gains since 2001. Nonrevolving credit has shown steady rises since falling $8.0 B in August 2011, the largest fall since June of 2006 as renewed market turmoil impacted credit again. Revolving credit data since late-2008 have been weak, though recent figures suggest a slow reversal in the downtrend. Consumer credit growth appears to be catching up with consumer spending growth, as consumers relever their balance sheets. preview.