G.20 Finance Companies


The G.20 consists of annual growth rates, levels, and flows of outstanding receivables at finance companies. It includes simple annual percent changes of total, consumer, real estate, and business receivables. There is seasonally and not seasonally adjusted data. It also includes benchmark and indicator data.

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In 1970, Sales Finance Companies (G.20) merged with Consumer Credit at Consumer Finance Companies (G.22) to form Finance Companies (G.20).

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Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1935-. G.20 Finance Companies. 1970-2024., accessed on June 15, 2024.