Consumer Credit Delinquencies Bulletin

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DEFINITION of 'Consumer Credit Delinquencies Bulletin'

A quarterly newsletter targeted to CEOs, senior bank executives and loan officers based on a quarterly survey that tracks closed-end consumer loans across 300 U.S. banks to help banks evaluate their loan portfolios and compare themselves to their peers in the same state and asset category. The bulletin also provides information on delinquencies and bankruptcy petitions by geographic region and by state.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Consumer Credit Delinquencies Bulletin'

This survery is produced by the American Bankers Association and is offered by paid subscription. The types of loans covered by the survey include personal, auto, mobile home, recreational vehicle, marine, property improvement, home equity loan, home equity line of credit, bank credit cards, non-card revolving credit and education.

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