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  • The number of payment cards in Norway increase by 1,072,000 or 8.49% to 13,698,000 as at 31st December 2014, compares to the same period a year ago. The payment cards usage in Norway increased by 7.64% in volume and 7.37% in value.

    As at 31st December 2014, there are 5,504,000 cards with credit function in Norway, an increase of 450,000 or 8.91% compares to 5,054,000 to the end of 2013. For the 12 months ended 31 December 2014, a total of NOK118.9 billions recorded from 159 millions credit card transactions.



  • As at 31 March 2015, there are 6,002,000 credit and charge cards in Norway. 44.137 million transactions is recorded in Quarter 1, 2015(January, February and March), generating NOK34.417 billions.



  • As at 31 December 2014, total credit cards debtors in South Africa stood at ZAR$103.515 billion, an increase of 10.49% compares to the same period a year ago. And for the twelve months ended 31 December 2014, there are 446.898 million credit card purchases processed, generating ZAR$228.140 billion in value... Read More



  • As at 31 December 2014, credit card loans by FDIC-insured banks in the US stood at USD$718.47 billion compares to USD$691.39 billion a year ago, representing a 3.92% increased in 12 months period. Credit card loans representing about 51% of the total loans to individual. Total revolving consumer credit amounted to USD$890.0 billion(seasonally adjusted)/USD$890.0 billion(not seasonally adjusted) as at 31 December 2014



  • As at 31 March 2015, credit card loans by FDIC-insured banks in the US stood at USD$$679.97 billion compares to USD$718.47 billion as at 31 December 2014, representing a 5.36% decreased in 3 months period. Credit card loans representing about 49% of the total loans to individual. Total revolving consumer credit amounted to USD$890.9 billion(seasonally adjusted)/USD$848.1 billion(not seasonally adjusted) as at 31 March 2015... Read More



  • As at 31 March 2015, total outstanding home mortgage in the US stood at USD$10.876 trillion compares to $10.789 trillion a year ago, representing a 0.81% increased in 12 months period. The $10.876 trillion is made up of two type of properties, $9.855 trillion for 1 to 4 family residences and USD$1,020.236 billion for multifamily residences.



  • In 2013, 871,801 payday loans amounted to USD$331,430,078 were made at Washington by 231,868 customers. Whereas in Colorado, 481,122 payday loans amounted to USD$189,125,729 were made by 259,000 customers in 2013



  • Credit cards fraud in Canada for 2013 increase by 5.87% to CAD$465,135,009, involving 693,186 accounts; which translated into an average loss of CAD$671.01 per account. E-commerce, telephone and mail purchases fraudalent is the main culprit in terms of value and number of accounts involved... Read More



  • The number of charge and credit cardholders in Australia increase by 1.32% to 15,746,333 as at 31 December 2014. Total card transactions increase by 5.63% to A$287.68 billion... Read More



  • Credit cards fraud in United Kingdom for 2014 increase by 6.35% to £479.0m, 68.62% or £328.7m of card fraud is committed in UK, while £150.3m or 31.38% is committed abroad. The number of credit cards in UK increase by 0.24% to 59,117,000 as at 31st December 2014(compares to the same period a year ago), generating £162.09 billions in transactions... Read More



  • As at 31 December 2014, there are 8,183,105 main cardholders in Singapore, an increase of 2.49% in 12 months period. Whereas supplementary cardholders decrease by 1.27% to 1,553,963. For the twelve months ended 31 December 2014, total card billings amounted to S$44.5824 billion.



  • The number of credit cards in Hong Kong increase by 2.08% or 347,000 to 17,037,000 as at 31 December 2014, compares to the same period a year ago. The charge-off amount increase by 4.98% for 12 months ended 2014.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in South Korea decrease by 9.51% to 92,321,000. Personal credit cards decrease by 10.27% while corporate credit card increase by 1.03%. A total of KRW581.96 trillions credit cards spending recorded in 2014, out of 8.86 billions transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in Taiwan increase by 4.02% to 37,389,298, compares to the same period a year ago. Total credit cards spending for 2014 in Taiwan is NT$2.068 trillions.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in Malaysia increase by 0.40% to 8,127,514. And the total credit cards spending for 2014 in Malaysia continue to rise by 5.82% to MYR$105.5 billions, out of 345.9 millions transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in Thailand increase by 9.46% to 20,303,751. And the total credit cards spending for 2014 in Thailand continue to rise by 6.69% to THB1,626 billions.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in Switzerland decrease by 2.26% to 6,008,060. A total of 269.71 millions credit card transactions recorded in 2014 with CHF$34.51 billions in value.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in New Zealand decrease by 2.59% to 2,607,221. A total of 334,048,524 credit card transactions recorded in 2014 with NZ$36,080 millions in value.



  • As at 31 March 2013, the number of credit cards in Japan increase by 0.58% to 323.52 millions. The total credit card transactions for 2013 increased by 9.61% to JPY38.90 trillions.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the number of credit cards in Singapore stood at 8,175,901 for main cardholders and 1,525,898 for supplementary cardholders with S$24.5 million bad debts are written off in the month.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the number of credit cards in Malaysia stood at 7,401,082 for main cardholders and 950,204 for supplementary cardholders, with 29.96 million transactions amounting to MYR$9.17 billion recorded in the month.



  • As at 31 May 2015, the number of credit cards in Thailand stood at 20,791,517, with 36.898 millions transactions amounting to THB136 billions recorded in the month of May.



  • As at 31 March 2015, South Africa has a total credit cards debtors of ZAR$105.161 billion. For the month of March 2015, 38.158 million credit card purchases recorded, amounting to ZAR$22.835 billion



  • As at 31 May 2015, there are 16,046,953 cardholders in Australia, with 179,220,350 transactions amounting to A$24.27 billion recorded in the month.



  • For the month of May 2015, JPY3.67 trillion credit card transactions recorded in Japan(JPY3.51 trillion for purchases and JPY0.16 trillion for cash advances).



  • As at 31 May 2015, there are 6,037,138 cardholders in Switzerland, with 23,662,000 transactions amounting to CHF$2.777 billion recorded in the month.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Sweden increase by 7.24% to 5,749,000. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Sweden continue to rise by 6.62% to €8.70 billions(out of 132 millions transactions).



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Belgium decrease by 2.10% to 4,356,940. The total cards(with a credit and/or delayed debit function) spending for 2013 in Belgium has rised by 12.99% to €14.79 billions, with 6.89% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Netherlands increase by 1.91% to 5,959,710. The total cards(with a credit and/or delayed debit function) spending for 2013 in Netherlands rise marginally by 0.62% to €11.34 billions, with 7.97% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Germany increase by 5.89% to 3,902,130. The total cards spending for 2013 in Germany rised significantly by 35.67% to €4.45 billions, with a whopping 52% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Finland increase by 3.31% to 3,700,820. The total cards(with a credit and/or delayed debit function) spending for 2013 in Finland rise by 16.22% to €6.42 billions, with 8.97% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Hungary increase by 7.51% to 1,351,030. The total cards spending for 2013 in Hungary rise by 18% to €1.18 billions, with 26.05% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Spain increase by 4.68% to 43,264,470. The total cards(with a credit and/or delayed debit function) spending for 2013 in Spain decrease by 0.80% to €60.56 billions, with 0.54% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Austria increase by 1.29% to 1,389,050. The total cards spending for 2013 in Austria rise by 5.92% to €5.01 billions, with 9.51% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in France decrease by 26.94% to 19,611,130. France has the 2nd highest number of credit cardholders, behind United Kingdom.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Italy decrease by 3.17% to 27,570,690. The total cards(with a credit and/or delayed debit function) spending for 2013 in Italy increase by 2.56% to €50.85 billions, with 9.30% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Denmark decrease by 2.24% to 1,768,160. The total cards spending for 2013 in Denmark increase by 3.10% to €4.33 billions, despite a 3.36% decrease in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Poland decrease by 4.88% to 6,133,650. The total cards spending for 2013 in Poland rise by 7.24% to €7.00 billions, with 15.91% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 July 2015, there are 38,096,836 credit cards in Taiwan, however only 24,754,070 cards are active. A total of 456,674 cards is issued in the month of July 2015. The total credit cards spending for July 2015 in Taiwan is NT$187.68 billion, made up of NT$185.11 billion in purchases and NT$2.57 billion in cash advance.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Romania decrease by 2.02% to 2,227,320. However, the total credit cards spending for 2013 in Romania rise by 17.01% to €1.07 billions, with 15.65% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Czech Republic decrease by 14.47% to 1,609,670. However, the total credit cards spending for 2013 in Czech Republic rise by 8.07% to €1.74 billions, with 37.00% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Portugal decrease by 37.92% to 6,264,250. The total cards credit and/or delayed debit function spending for 2013 in Portugal decrease by 40.08% to €5.74 billions, with significant 50.67% decrease in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Bulgaria decrease by 17.92% to 802,310. However, the total credit cards spending for 2013 in Bulgaria rise by 4.44% to €0.47 billions, with 19.39% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Ireland decrease by 2.63% to 2,001,490. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Ireland down by 4.75% to €10.03 billions, with 4.79% decrease in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Greece decrease by 12.44% to 2,926,490. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Greece down by 8.73% to €4.18 billions, with 3.72% decrease in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Latvia increase by 5.04% to 348,180. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Latvia up by 2.27% to €0.45 billions, even though the number of card transactions decrease by 4.39%.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Slovakia increase by 0.24% to 619,180. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Slovakia up by 21.54% to €0.79 billions, with 25.42% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 October 2014, the number of visa and mastercard in Canada decrease by 5.64% to 72.0 millions. The total visa and mastercard spending for 12 months ending 31 October 2014 in Canada up by 7.54% to CAD$399.23 billions, with 8.28% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Canada increase by 3.43% to 81,127,260. The total spending for 12 mnths ended 31 December 2013 in Canada up by 5.39% to CAD$374.83 billions, with 7.80% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Russia increase by 29.36% to 29,189,000. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Russia up by 70.45% to RUR723.4 billions, with 95.06% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Turkey increase by 4.59% to 56,835,000. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Turkey up by 17.23% to TRY386.57 billions, with 8.77% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Mexico increase by 2.04% to 25,887,000. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Mexico up by 11.27% to MXN617.09 billions, with 9.91% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in Brazil increase by 9.96% to 182.41 million. The total credit cards spending for 2013 in Brazil up by 14.57% to BRL556.8 billions, with 10.05% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2013, the number of credit cards in China increase by 18.03% to 390.7924 million. The total payment cards(credit and debit cards) spending for 2013 in China up by 52.85% to CNY31,832 billions, with 43.98% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 December 2014, the number of credit cards in India increase by 8.94% to 20.36 million. The total credit cards spending for 2014 in India up by 24.49% to INR1,827.73 billions, with 21.44% increase in number of card transactions.



  • As at 31 March 2015, there are 17,137,000 credit cards in Hong Kong, an increase of 100,000 or 0.59% compares to 17,037,000 as at 31 December 2014. The rollover amount stood at HKD$19,416 millions as at 31 March 2015.



  • As at 31 December 2014, there are 43.24 millions credit cards in Spain, a decrease of 0.05% or 0.02 millions compares to 43.26 millions as at 31 December 2013. For the 12 months ended 31 December 2014, 2,502.611 millions payment card transactions(credit and debit cards) recorded at point of sales, with a total value of €105,854.26 millions.



  • As at 31 March 2015, there are 43.09 millions credit cards in Spain, a decrease fo 0.15 millions or 0.35% compares to 43.22 millions as at 31 December 2014. For the 3 months ended 31 March 2015, 610.864 millions payment card transactions(credit and debit cards) recorded at point of sales, with a total value of €25,203.69 millions.



  • As at 30 June 2015, there are 92,286,000 credit cards in South Korea, made up of 85,086,000 personal credit cards and 7,200,000 corporate credit cards. For the month of June 2015, 812,353,000 transactions recorded with a total value of KRW49.029487 trillions.



  • As at 30 June 2015, there are 21.52 millions credit cards in India. The total credit cards spending for June 2015 in India is INR176.89 billions, out of 60.89 millions transactions.



  • As at 31 July 2015, there are 20,665,000 convenience credit cards and extended credit cards in Sweden(105,000 or 0.51% less compares to 20,770,000 as at end of June 2015), with the outstanding balance stood at SEK67.845 billions.



  • As at 31 July 2015, outstanding credit card balances in New Zealand stood at NZD$6.436 billion(an decrease of NZD$111 million or 1.70% compares to NZD$6.547 billion as at end of June 2015). Total billings for New Zealand issued cards for July 2015 is NZD$3.351 billion.



  • As at 30 June 2015, Canada outstanding credit card balances stood at CAD$75.826 billion, an increase of 1.05% or CAD$790 million compares to CAD$75.036 billion a month ago.



  • As at 30 June 2015, there are 59.551 millions credit cards in the United Kingdom, with outstanding balances of £59.681 billions. The total credit cards spending for June 2015 in UK is £13.109 billions, out of 230.848 millions transactions. There are 521,000 balance transfer transactions amounted to £1,168 millions recorded in June 2015.



  • For the 6 months ended 31 December 2014(from 1 July 2014 to 31 December 2014), 26.5 millions credit card transactions recorded in Denmark, generating DKK17.620 billions in total spending.
    For the 12 months ended 31 December 2014, 49.4 millions credit card transactions recorded in Denmark, generating DKK34.116 billions in total spending.



  • As at 31 December 2014, there are 6,388,867 cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Netherlands. For the 12 months ended 31 December 2014, 136.833 millions credit card transactions recorded, generating €11.338 billions in total spending.



  • As at 31 March 2015, there are 6,392,770 cards with a credit and/or delayed debit function in Netherlands. In the 1st Quarter 2015, 32.906 millions credit card transactions recorded, generating €3.802 billions in total spending.



  • As at 31 March 2015, there are 318 millions Visa credit cards in the United States. USD$352 billions(USD$339 billions for purchases and USD$13 billions for cash advances) is generated for Quarter 2, 2015(April, May and June) in the United States. There are 546 million Visa credit cards outside the U.S. as at 31 March 2015. USD$490 billions(USD$453 for purchases and USD$37 for cash advances) is generated in Quarter 2, 2015 for the rest of the world.



  • As at 30 June 2015, there are USD$54.949 billions outstanding credit card loans for Discover Card. USD$30.017 billions is generated for Discover card sales in Quarter 2, 2015(April, May and June), a 2.3% increase compares to the same quarter a year ago.



  • As at 30 June 2015, there are 188 millions MasterCard credit and charge cards in the United States, generating USD$172 billions(USD$165 billions for purchases and USD$7 billions for cash advances) for Quarter 2, 2015(April, May and June). There are 586 million MasterCard credit and charge cards outside the U.S. as at 30 June 2015, generating USD$447 billions(USD$406 billions for purchases and USD$41 billions for cash advances) for Q2, 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, there are 55.3 millions American Express cards in the United States, with total card billed business(including cash advances) of USD$181.6 billions for Quarter 2, 2015(April, May and June), 2015. There are 58.5 million American Express cards outside the U.S. as at 30 June 2015, generating USD$80.4 billions total card billed business for Q2, 2015.


  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Belgium stood at €8,482 millions, an increase by €42 millions or 0.50% compares to €8,440 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Poland stood at €33,322 millions, a decrease by €348 millions or 1.03% compares to €33,670 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Finland stood at €13,897 millions, an increase by €242 millions or 1.77% compares to at €13,655 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Spain stood at €59,001 millions, an increase by €1,803 millions or 3.15% compares to €57,198 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Denmark stood at €15,125 millions, a decrease by €164 millions or 1.07% compares to €15,289 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in France stood at €149,846 millions, an increase by €972 millions or 0.65% compares to €148,874 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Italy stood at €69,940 millions, an increase by €8,605 millions or 14.03% compares to €61,335 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Sweden stood at €20,406 millions, an increase by €351 millions or 1.75% compares to €20,055 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Hungary stood at €8,896 millions, a decrease by €239 millions or 2.62% compares to €9,135 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Austria stood at €20,623 millions, an increase by €10 millions or 0.05% compares to €20,613 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Czech Republic stood at €7,765 millions, an increase by €706 millions or 10.00% compares to €7,059 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Germany stood at €175,564 millions, an increase by €1,788 millions or 1.03% compares to €173,776 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in United Kingdom stood at €166,706 millions, an increase by €3,197 millions or 1.96% compares to €163,509 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Norway stood at NOK63,239 million, a decrease of NOK2,712 millions or 4.11% compares to NOK65,951 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Netherlands stood at €20,214 millions, an increase by €20 millions or 0.10% compares to €20,194 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Portugal stood at €11,997 millions, a decrease by €184 millions or 1.51% compares to €12,181 millions as at 31 May 2015.



  • As at 30 June 2015, the consumer credit(credit cards and personal loans) outstanding balance in Ireland stood at €11,530 millions, a decrease by €29 millions or 0.25% compares to €11,559 millions as at 31 May 2015.

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