Credit cards, Chemistry

Credit Cards

Credit cards are offered by banks, as well as other institutions such as credit unions. There are numerous credit cards currently available in the market, each with a particular interest rate and varying features.

In this research report you will be analysing 2 datasets which can be found in an EXCEL file available for download in the Assessment section of the BSB123 Blackboard site.

The dataset includes the following variables:

  • Institution & Credit Card name
  • Interest Rate (%)
  • Annual Fee ($)
  • Number of Free Days
  • Minimum Credit Limit ($)
  • Type (B / C / O)
  • Brand (VISA / MC / AMEX)

 

The second dataset (in the HISTORICAL DATA worksheet) contains the total credit card balances (in millions of dollars) of Australians from January 2002 to September 2009.

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