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TransUnion: Personal Debt Levels Experience First Quarterly Drop Since 2011; Largest Decline Since 2004

Average Consumer Total Debt up on a Year-over-Year Basis

TransUnion: Personal Debt Levels Balloon to Highest Levels Ever

Debt Levels Growing at Fastest Rate Since 2010

TransUnion: Canadian Total Debt Increases to Close 2011; Holiday Shopping Likely Reason for Rise

TORONTO — (Marketwire) — 02/23/12 — TransUnion-s quarterly analysis of Canadian credit trends found that the average consumer-s total debt (excluding mortgage) floated up to $25,960 in the fourth quarter of 2011, reversing the recent three-quarter trend of flat to negative growth, but in line with the historical seasonality of the year-end holidays. Despite the quarter over quarter increase of 1.4%, Canada is still experiencing decelerating annual growth falling below 1% for the first time


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