WASHINGTON — Bankers are split on whether consumers' use of credit cards will stabilize over the next two years and if their level of card debt may eventually return to pre-financial crisis levels, according to a report released Monday by the Federal Reserve Board.

The senior loan officer opinion survey, released by the Fed every three months, found considerable variance among the 28 large U.S. banks that weighed in on the issue.

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