As credit card portfolio health continues to improve and consumer spending gradually picks up, receivables are poised to grow next year for the first time since the financial crisis, Moody's Investors Service said Wednesday.

Various factors are conspiring to potentially reverse the trend in which card receivables have declined to just more than $800 billion in October, from $973 billion in August 2008, Moody's said.

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