Balance transfers fuel bank card rise

Jennings, Robert
January 1996
American Banker;1/4/96, Vol. 161 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
Details the results of the American Bankers Association's survey called `Bank Card Industry 1995' that looked into the trends affecting the bank credit card industry in the United States. Rise in bank card business due to boost in balance transfers; Growth in dollar volume of purchases and cash advances.


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