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112.8 million American Express cards with $1,085.2 billion spending
As of December 31, 2017, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 112.8 million, an increased of 2.9 million or 2.64% over the 109.9 million cards issued as at December 31, 2016.
Out of the 112.8 million cards in circulation, 50.0 million is in the United Sates and 62.8 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates increased by 2.5 million or 5.26% over the 47.5 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 0.4 million or 0.64% over the 62.4 million cards issued as at December 31, 2015.

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Cardmember Spending

Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, increased in 2017 reflecting strong card spending across all segments.
For the year 2017, spending on American Express cards up by $47.7 billion or 4.60% to $1,085.2 billion from $1,037.5 billion in year 2016.
Billed business was up 1.13% or $7.9 billion in the U.S. to $708.3 billion from $700.4 billion in year 2016; and grew by 11.81% or $39.8 billion internationally to $376.9 billion from $337.1 billion in year 2016.

American Express Statistics 2015-2016

109.9 million American Express cards with $1,037.5 billion spending
As of December 31, 2016, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 109.9 million, a decreased of 7.9 million or 6.71% over the 117.8 million cards issued as at December 31, 2015.
Out of the 109.9 million cards in circulation, 47.5 million is in the United Sates and 62.4 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates decreased by 10.1 million or 17.53% over the 57.6 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 2.2 million or 3.65% over the 60.2 million cards issued as at December 31, 2015.

Cardmember Spending
For the year 2016, spending on American Express cards down by $2.2 billion or 0.21% to $1,037.5 billion from $1,039.7 billion in year 2015.
Billed business was down 2.86% or $20.6 billion in the U.S. to $700.4 billion from $721.0 billion in year 2015; and grew by 6.04% or $19.2 billion internationally to $337.1 billion from $317.9 billion in year 2015.

American Express Statistics 2014-2015

117.8 million American Express cards with $1,039.7 billion spending
As of December 31, 2015, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 117.8 million, an increased of 5.6 million or 4.99% over the 112.2 million cards issued as at December 31, 2014.
Out of the 117.8 million cards in circulation, 57.6 million is in the United Sates and 60.2 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates increased by 2.7 million or 4.92% over the 54.9 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 2.9 million or 5.06% over the 57.3 million cards issued as at December 31, 2014.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, increased in 2015 reflecting strong card spending across all segments.
For the year 2015, spending on American Express cards up by $16.9 billion or 1.65% to $1,039.7 billion from $1,022.8 billion in year 2014.
Billed business was up 4.90% or $33.7 billion in the U.S. to $721.8 billion from $688.1 billion in year 2014; and reduced by 5.02% or $16.8 billion internationally to $317.9 billion from $334.7 billion in year 2014.

American Express Statistics 2013-2014

112.2 million American Express cards with $1,022.8 billion spending
As of December 31, 2014, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 112.2 million, an increased of 5 million or 4.66% over the 107.2 million cards issued as at December 31, 2013.
Out of the 112.2 million cards in circulation, 54.9 million is in the United Sates and 57.3 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates increased by 1.8 million or 3.39% over the 53.1 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 3.2 million or 5.91% over the 54.1 million cards issued as at December 31, 2013.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, increased in 2014 reflecting strong card spending across all segments.
For the year 2014, spending on American Express cards up by $70.4 billion or 7.39% to $1,022.8 billion from $952.4 billion in year 2013.
Billed business was up 8.02% or $51.1 billion in the U.S. to $688.1 billion from $637.0 billion in year 2013; and grew by 6.12% or $19.3 billion internationally to $334.7 billion from $315.4 billion in year 2013.

Worldwide credit performance continued to be excellent with write-off rates remained at historically low levels. American Express full year 2014 worldwide net lending write-off rate was 1.7%, an improvement from 1.9% in 2013.

American Express Statistics 2012-2013

107.2 million American Express cards with $952.4 billion spending
As of December 31, 2013, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 107.2 million, an increased of 4.8 million or 4.69% over the 102.4 million cards issued as at December 31, 2012.
Out of the 107.2 million cards in circulation, 53.1 million is in the United Sates and 54.1 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates increased by 1.1 million or 2.12% over the 52.0 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 3.7 million or 7.34% over the 50.4 million cards issued as at December 31, 2012.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, increased in 2013 reflecting strong card spending across all segments.
For the year 2013, spending on American Express cards up by $64 billion or 7.20% to $952.4 billion from $888.4 billion in year 2012.
Billed business was up 7.84% or $46.3 billion in the U.S. to $637.0 billion from $590.7 billion in year 2012; and grew by 5.95% or $17.7 billion internationally to $315.4 billion from $297.7 billion in year 2012.

Worldwide credit performance continued to be excellent with write-off rates remained at historically low levels. American Express full year 2013 worldwide net lending write-off rate was 1.9%, an improvement from 2.1% in 2012.

American Express Statistics 2011-2012

102.4 million American Express cards with $888.4 billion spending
As of December 31, 2012, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 102.4 million, an increased of 5 million or 5.13% over the 97.4 million cards issued as at December 31, 2011.
Out of the 102.4 million cards in circulation, 52.0 million is in the United Sates and 50.4 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates increased by 1.4 million or 2.77% over the 50.6 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 3.6 million or 7.69% over the 46.8 million cards issued as at December 31, 2011.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, increased in 2012 reflecting strong card spending across all segments.
For the year 2012, spending on American Express cards up by $66.2 billion or 8.05% to $888.4 billion from $822.2 billion in year 2011.
Billed business was up 8.82% or $47.9 billion in the U.S. to $590.7 billion from $542.8 billion in year 2011; and grew by 6.55% or $18.3 billion internationally to $297.7 billion from $279.4 billion in year 2011.

Worldwide credit performance continued to be excellent with write-off rates remaining near all-time lows. American Express full year 2012 worldwide net lending write-off rate was 2.1%, an improvement from 2.9% in 2011.

American Express Statistics 2010-2011

97.4 million American Express cards with $822.2 billion spending
As of December 31, 2011, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 97.4 million, an increased of 6.4 million or 7.03% over the 91 million cards issued as at December 31, 2010.
Out of the 97.4 million cards in circulation, 50.6 million is in the United Sates and 46.8 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates increased by 1.7 million or 3.48% over the 48.9 million cards issued a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 4.7 million or 11.16% over the 42.1 million cards issued as at December 31, 2010.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, increased in 2011 reflecting strong card spending across all segments.
For the year 2011, spending on American Express cards up by a significant $108.9 billion or 15.27% to $822.2 billion from $713.3 billion in year 2010.
Billed business was up 13.25% or $63.5 billion in the U.S. to $542.8 billion from $479.3 billion in year 2010; and grew by 19.4% or $45.4 billion internationally to $279.4 billion from $234 billion in year 2010.

American Express Statistics 2009-2010

91 million American Express cards with $713.3 billion spending
As of December 31, 2010, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 91 million, an increased of 3.1 million or 3.53% over the 87.9 million cards issued as at December 31, 2009.
Out of the 91 million cards in circulation, 48.9 million is in the United Sates and 42.1 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates remained the same compared to a year ago in the same period. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 3.1 million or 7.95% over the 39 million cards issued as at December 31, 2009.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards in 2010, grew faster than those of any other major card issuer by a wide margin.
For the year 2010, spending on American Express cards up by a significant $93.5 billion or 15.09% to $713.3 billion from $619.8 billion in year 2009 on broad-based growth in billings among consumers, small businesses and large companies around the world.
Billed business was up 13.12% or $55.6 billion in the U.S. to $479.3 billion from $423.7 billion in year 2009; and grew by 19.33% or $37.9 billion internationally to $234 billion from $196.1 billion in year 2009.

American Express Statistics 2008-2009

87.9 million American Express cards with $620 billion spending
As of December 31, 2009, American Express recorded worldwide total cards-in-force of 87.9 million, a decreased of 4.5 million or 4.87% over the 92.4 million cards issued at December 31, 2008. The decrease in number of cards issued is in part because the company cancelled 3.3 million inactive accounts during the year.
Out of the 87.9 million cards in circulation, 48.9 million is in the United Sates and 39 million is outside of the United Sates. Number of cards in the United Sates decreased by 5.1 million or 9.44% over the 54 million cards issued as at December 31, 2008. Whereas number of cards outside of the United Sates increased by 0.6 million or 1.56% over the 38.4 million cards issued as at December 31, 2008.

Cardmember Spending
Billed business, or the amount spent on American Express cards, declined in 2009 as consumers and businesses cut back on spending in the difficult economy.
For the year 2009, spending on American Express cards fell $63.5 billion or 9.29% to $619.8 billion from $683.3 billion in year 2008 on broad-based declines among consumers, small businesses and corporations.
Billed business was down 10.06% or $47.4 billion in the U.S. to $423.7 billion from $471.1 billion in year 2008; and down 7.59% or $16.1 billion internationally to $196.1 billion from $212.2 billion in year 2008.
While the dollar volume of spending declined, the total number of transactions was essentially unchanged. That means American Express cardmembers were loyal to the brand, taking the cards out of their wallets just as often as before. They were simply spending less overall as they became more careful about managing their money.
For the first six months of 2009, billed business was down 16% year-over-year. The decline eased to 11% in the third quarter. By the fourth quarter, there is a return to growth, as billed business rose 8%.
For the first quarter 2010, worldwide billed business increased by 16%, reflecting card spending improvement across all segments and the benefit of an easier year-over-year comparison to 1Q’09. Billed business was up 11% in the U.S. and 27% internationally.

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