The strong economy has boosted banks' balance sheets, but not all of their consumer business lines are sharing equally in the boom.

Consumer loans on the books of the 50 consumer lending institutions grew 5.6% in 1998, according to data gathered by Sheshunoff Information Services for American Banker.

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