If Tim Cook Won’t Tell The World How The #AppleCard Is Doing, I Will (32/37)

In November 2019, Goldman Sachs reported via regulatory filings that—just six weeks after the Apple Card launched—it had issued roughly $10 billion in credit to card holders. The firm also reported that consumers with the new credit card had already run up $736 million in loan balances during the period.

Source: Forbes.com

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