U.S. consumer credit climbed $15.5 B in February U.S. consumer credit climbed $15.5 B in February after a revised $10.8 B increase in January (was $11.6 B) and a $18.5 B December surge (revised from $17.9 B). Strength remained in the non-revolving credit component, which rose $19.2 B after January's $11.8 B increase (revised from $12.7 B). Revolving credit dropped $3.7 B after falling $1.0 B previously (revised from -$1.2 B).
Energy Action: NYMEX crude showed little initial reaction Energy Action: NYMEX crude showed little initial reaction to the Al-Naimi story (see 14:09 ET alert below), though has since rallied to session highs, touching $53.96, levels last seen on February 17. The $54.21 mark will be key, representing 2015 highs.
DA Davidson real estate analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call Real Estate Analyst Oxford provides an industry update and outlook on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on April 13 at 11 am.