90+ Day Card Delinquency

Second-Quarter 90+ Card Delinquency Edges Down Still at Record Highs

Second-quarter 90+ card delinquency declined for three top credit card issuers reporting thus far. Chase dropped 10 bps (basis points), Bank of America declined 8 bps and Citibank slipped 7 bps in the second-quarter (2Q/19) compared to the prior quarter for late stage (90+ days) delinquency. Historically, delinquency ratios decline in the second-quarter as the…

Second-Quarter Card Delinquency

Second-Quarter Card Delinquency Mixed Bag No Surprises

Second-quarter card delinquency, as projected, will rise moderately among the nation’s Big 6 credit card issuers. Early results show the second-quarter (2Q/19) 30-day delinquency ratio for Chase at 1.71%, a 14 basis points (bps) decline from the prior quarter, but up 14 bps for Citibank to 1.66%. Early stage delinquency (30+ days) among the nation’s…

First-Quarter 90+ Card Delinquency

First-Quarter 90+ Card Delinquency Hits 1.29% – 5 Yr High

First-quarter 90+ card delinquency remains at 1.29%, a five-year high among the Top 4 U.S. credit card issuers. The average late stage card delinquency ratio was flat sequentially, and up seven basis points (bps) year-on-year (YOY) for the first-quarter (1Q/19). Meanwhile, early stage credit card delinquency (30+ days) for 1Q/19, among the nation’s Top 4…

First-Quarter Card Delinquency

First-Quarter Card Delinquency Among Top 4 Issuers on Upward Trajectory

First-Quarter card delinquency among the nation’s top issuers dipped slightly from the prior quarter, due to the seasonality and increased repayments of post-holiday portfolio outstandings. However, over the past five years, the first-quarter delinquency ratio has been on an upward trend, rising 40 basis points (40 bps) from the first-quarter of 2015. Second-Quarter Card Delinquency…

First-Quarter Discover Card

First-Quarter Discover Card U.S. Loans and Yield Remain Vibrant

First-quarter Discover card continues to plug forward with solid metrics on all fronts except charge-offs. Discounting the seasonality of the first-quarter (1Q/19), Discover (DFS) reported high single figure gains in purchase dollar volume (PDV), U.S. credit card outstandings and PULSE transaction dollar volume. DFS total revenue rose 7.3% YOY to $2763 million, compared to $2807…

First-Quarter Capital One Card

First-Quarter Capital One Card U.S. Outstandings & Revenue Growth Grinds Lower

First-quarter Capital One card results reveals the once “fastest growing U.S. credit card issuer” for many years has been in a major downshift for the past five years. The mediocre first-quarter (1Q/19) produced a year-on-year (YOY) growth rate in Capital One (COF) end-of-period (EOP) U.S. credit card outstandings of 2.6%, compared to 5.9% YOY for…

First-Quarter BofA Card Metrics

First-Quarter BofA Card Metrics Uninspiring

First-quarter BofA card metrics were lackluster at best. Bank of America (BofA), the nation’s third largest Visa and MasterCard issuer, posted no growth in outstandings, subpar growth in purchase dollar volume (PDV), increasing delinquency rates and rising charge-off ratios. The bright spot is credit card yield continues marching upward, approaching 11%, rising 87 basis points…

First-Quarter Citi Cards

First-Quarter Citi Cards Posts Solid Metrics Fueled By Yield

First-quarter Citi cards in North America (N.A.) reported lackluster metrics however there was a significant uptick in yield and net interest revenue ratios, driven by continued growth in interest-earning balances. Citi-branded N.A. credit cards also posted a moderate increase in delinquency, but charge-offs notched-up for the first-quarter (1Q/19). Credit card revenue was up 1% year-on-year…

Chase First-Quarter

First-Quarter Chase Volume and Credit Card Metrics Solid

First-quarter Chase volume for U.S. credit cards rose nearly 10% and outstandings were up 7% as charge-offs and loan loss reserves increased and credit card revenue was flat, compared to one-year ago. Chase U.S. credit card purchase dollar volume (PDV), excluding business cards, increased 9.8% YOY to $172.5 billion for 1Q/19, compared to $185.3 billion…

Credit Card Delinquency

Credit Card Delinquency and Charge-Offs for Big 6 Pull Off a Bad Q4 Hat Trick

The average late stage credit card delinquency (90+ day) among the nation’s six largest issuers edged up eight basis points (bps) sequentially, to 1.13% for the fourth quarter (4Q/18), and up three bps from one-year ago (YOY). The average U.S. 90+ day delinquency rate among the Big 6 issuers (Chase [JPM], Capital One [COF], Bank…

Big 6 Credit Card Issuers Delinquency

Top Credit Card Issuers Face Acclivity in Early Stage Delinquency for 2019-2020

Early stage delinquency (30+ days) among the nation’s Big 6 issuers inched up by nine basis points (bps) sequentially in the fourth quarter (4Q/18) to 2.08%, and up by seven bps year-on-year (YOY). According to CardData, the average U.S. 30+ day delinquency rate among the Big issuers (Chase [JPM], Capital One [COF], Bank of America…

90+ Day Credit Card Delinquency

90 Day Credit Card Delinquency Sets 4-Year High Among Top 4 in Q4

The average 90 day credit card delinquency ratio, among the nation’s Top 4 issuers, jumped 10 basis points (bps) sequentially, and up three bps year-on-year (YOY) for the fourth quarter (4Q/18). Late stage (90+ day) delinquency, the precursor of charge-offs, also rose by six bps among the peer group in 4Q/18. Early stage delinquency (30-89 days)…