Here's a paradox of the U.S. economic recovery: credit-card borrowing remains roughly 30% below its precrisis level, even though revolving loans are cheaper than they've been in at least six years.

Those findings come from a new report by the American Bankers Association. The report looks at credit card borrowing as a percentage of disposable income, as well as the effective finance charge yield on credit card accounts.

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