WASHINGTON — Consumer borrowing slipped by $1.3 billion, or 0.7%, to $2.418 trillion in June, posting its fifth straight monthly decline, the Federal Reserve reported Friday.

Economists expected consumer credit to decline by $5.25 billion in June, according to the median estimate from Thomson Reuters. Nonrevolving credit increased for the second straight month in July.

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