United States - Net Percentage of Domestic Respondents Reporting Stronger Demand for Consumer Loans (DISCONTINUED) was 5.60% in January of 2011, according to the United States Federal Reserve. Historically, United States - Net Percentage of Domestic Respondents Reporting Stronger Demand for Consumer Loans (DISCONTINUED) reached a record high of 37.50 in April of 1994 and a record low of -48.10 in October of 2008. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for United States - Net Percentage of Domestic Respondents Reporting Stronger Demand for Consumer Loans (DISCONTINUED) - last updated from the United States Federal Reserve on May of 2020.

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