Banks expanded their consumer loan portfolios last year at a faster pace than they have in nearly a decade, according to data compiled by the American Banker.

Consumer loans held by commercial banks shot up 13% to $1.057 trillion at the end of 1994, improving the 10.2% growth in 1993, and nearly equaling the 13.1% growth in 1985.

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