U.S. consumers in the first quarter borrowed more to pay for education and automobiles, but overall their debt burden was relatively flat, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

The report, released Tuesday, found that student loan balances rose by $32 billion, to $1.19 trillion, when compared with the last three months of 2014. Auto loan debt rose by $13 billion, to $968 billion.

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