WASHINGTON — Consumer credit increased by $21.3 billion, or 10.2%, in March to $2.542.3 trillion, the Federal Reserve reported Monday.

In February, consumer credit rose a revised $9.3 billion, or 4.4%, to $2.521.0 trillion, after being initially reported as an $8.7 billion or 4.2% rise to $2.521.8 trillion.

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