delinquency

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Synonyms for delinquency

Synonyms for delinquency

nonperformance of what ought to be done

Synonyms for delinquency

nonpayment of a debt when due

a tendency to be negligent and uncaring

an antisocial misdeed in violation of the law by a minor

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7 billion California Coast Credit Union saw its reportable modified real estate delinquencies drop from nearly $7 million during the first quarter to $3 million.
While all four major loan types saw increases in delinquencies during the fourth quarter, increases in subprime loan delinquencies--those bearing high interest rates and given to borrowers with poor credit histories--were the most notable in New Hampshire and across the nation.
Assisted living also reduced its short-term debt delinquencies to 2.
Barton, chief national bank examiner, said he believes there is a connection between the delinquencies and weaknesses in mass mailing of credit card applications.
Contributing to the improvement in delinquencies in November were about $2.
The data show that troubled states had delinquencies trailing the national average until mid-2007, at which point their delinquencies began climbing first and increases became widespread in mid-2008.
There were, however, virtually no delinquencies in stabilized assisted living projects.
The continued slow rise in delinquencies follows Fitch's expectations that certain property types, led by retail, will experience higher delinquencies during the remainder of 2008.
Additionally, foreclosure timelines continue to expand in many states, keeping longer-vintage delinquencies in the system.
Our detailed research through earnings reports and call report filings from smaller banks tells us that 3Q delinquencies will increase, following a second quarter drop, amid renewed softness in both commercial and residential real estate prices," commented Matt Anderson, managing director of Foresight Analytics.
Card-issuing banks saw their card delinquencies rise in the forth quarter of 2008, but not as much many thought they would, according to the American Bankers Association's Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin.
Bankcard delinquencies increased in the fourth quarter both as a national average and in most areas of the country," said Ezra Becker, director of consulting and strategy in TransUnion's financial services group.
CMBS delinquencies increased two basis points in July to end the month at 0.
Sixty-plus-day delinquencies for securities backed by commercial real estate loans finished 2011 with a fifth straight month of declines.
Although delinquencies have increased somewhat over the past couple of years, they nonetheless remain at miniscule levels.