Growth in bank consumer loan portfolios accelerated in 1996, as increases in mortgages and other categories offset a slowdown in credit cards.

Among all federally insured commercial banks, total consumer loans grew 15.8%, up from 9.8% in 1995 and 13% in 1994. (See tables beginning on page 18.)

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