After two years of marginal growth, consumer loan outstandings jumped 10.2% last year at the nation's banks, and 13.4% at the 300 largest, according to an American Banker survey.

Consumer loans held by the nation's commercial banks totaled $935.7 billion at the end of 1993, up $86.9 billion from $848.8 billion the year before.

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