The consumer credit rise in February was mostly from auto loans, which is likely to support ABS issuance from the sector in the coming months, Standard & Poor's analysts stated in a report released today.

U.S. consumer credit rose a seasonally adjusted $8.7 billion in February after a revised $18.6 billion gain in January, according to the Federal Reserve.

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