Average early stage delinquency (30+ days) for the third quarter, among the nation’s top four issuers, edged up by 15 basis points (bps) sequentially, but dropped year-on-year (YOY) by eight bps. All of the top issuers posted higher delinquency for the quarter, according to CardData.
Bank of America appears to be doing the best, rising a mere three bps in Q3/15.
BIG 4 U.S ISSUER AVERAGE
CHASE 30+ DELINQUENCY
BOFA 30+ DELINQUENCY
CAPITAL ONE 30+ DELINQUENCY
CITIBANK 30+ DELINQUENCY
Source: Chase; Bank of America; Capital One; Citibank: CardData
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