Card Charge-offs

Third-Quarter Card Charge-Offs Hit 7 Yr Hi & Reserves Soar 10%

Third-quarter card charge-offs among the Top 4 U.S. bank credit card dropped sharply from the prior quarter, a historical pattern, but up slightly from one-year ago, remaining the highest for a third-quarter in seven years. Credit card charge-offs among the nation’s Top 4 credit card issuers decreased 36 bps (basis points) sequentially in the third-quarter…

Third-Quarter Card Delinquency

Third-Quarter Card Delinquency Edging to 7-Yr Highs

Third-quarter card delinquency, among the nation’s top four credit card issuers, continued to march upward, now hovering at levels not seen in seven years. It is the highest level for a third-quarter since 2013 and rose significantly from the prior quarter. Noteworthy is the fact all four of the nation’s top bank credit card issuers…

Third-Quarter Earnings Reports

Third-Quarter Earnings Reports for Payments Hit Next Week

Third-quarter earnings reports for the nation’s top credit card issuers, global payments networks and supporting businesses gets underway before the market opens on Tuesday, October 15th. First out of the shoot, is Chase (JPM), Citibank (C) and Wells Fargo (WFS), according to PYRPTS.com and CardData. Among, the four global payment networks, American Express (AXP) will…

Credit Card Loan Loss

Credit Card Loan Loss Reserves Jump as Economic Clouds Gather

Card loan loss reserves rose sharply among the nation’s largest issuers, however, charge-offs among the Big 6 domestic credit card issuers held steady in the second-quarter. Credit card charge-offs among the nation’s Big 6 credit card issuers rose 18 basis points (bps) year-on-year (YOY) for the second-quarter (2Q/19).  The Big 6 (Chase [JPM], Capital One…

early stage card delinquency

Early Stage Card Delinquency Tad Down in Q2 for Big 6

Early stage card delinquency in the second-quarter (2Q/19) declined 13 basis points (bps) from the prior quarter, but rising 13 bps from one-year ago. But the average 30+ day delinquency rate among the Big 6 U.S. issuers has been riding above 2.0% level for four consecutive quarters. The average U.S. 30+ day delinquency rate among…

90+ Card Delinquency

Second-Quarter 90+ Card Delinquency Hits 5+ Year High

Second-quarter 90+ card delinquency climbed to its highest level in more than five years for a second-quarter, jumping 25 bps (basis points), signaling higher charge-offs in the near-term and possibly well into 2023. After hitting a seven-year record of 1.29% for the past two quarters, the late-stage delinquency rate seasonally nudged down by 11 bps…

credit card delinquency

Top 100 Credit Card Delinquency Trendline Upward

U.S. credit card delinquency among the Top 100 U.S. issuing banks in the second-quarter edged down 2 basis points (bps) sequentially, and up 8 bps YOY (year-on-year). Nonetheless, the seasonally adjusted (SA) delinquency ratio is the highest since the first-quarter of 2013, according to the Federal Reserve. Second-quarter card delinquency among the nation’s Top 4…