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In the first three months of 2017, only 5.00% of the world’s population was using credit cards, up from 3.30% a decade ago.
But the trend is also showing up in the stock market.
The S&P 500 index of publicly traded companies is up 4.1% this year, from 4.10% a few months ago.
That compares to 3.55% for the S&s index, which includes large companies, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq.
The index has climbed more than 20% over the past year, and is up more from 5.70% a quarter ago.
The S&ing index has been in the red for much of the last decade, but has surged to record highs during the first half of the decade.
In January, the index was up 2.9%.
The Dow Jones industrial average is up 2% and the S.&.
T.S.E. index is up 7%.
But the big gainers in the S-&.;P 500 are tech stocks and mining stocks, which have risen by 10% and 14%, respectively.
In fact, in the past 12 months, tech stocks have risen 21.2%, according to FactSet.
That’s up from 12.7% and 11.6%, respectively, for the past six months.
The U.S.-listed tech sector, which makes up more then half of all stocks listed in the U.K., has been buoyed by a stronger U.N. and European economy.
Tech stocks have surged this year by more than 40%.