US Bancorp reported this morning that its credit and debit card non-interest revenue increased 6.8% during the fourth quarter to $153.4 million. The issuer says that even though credit and debit card revenue grew year-over-year, the growth was somewhat muted due to the impact of the settlement of the antitrust litigation brought against VISA and MasterCard by Wal-Mart, Sears, and other retailers. The year-over-year impact of the VISA settlement on credit and debit card revenue was approximately $12.6 million. Corporate payment product non-interest revenue increased 10.3% to $88.7 million. ATM processing services declined 3.4% to $40.3 million. Merchant processing revenues edged up 2.8% to $146.0 million. For complete details on US Bancorp’s 4Q/03 performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).