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delinquency

(Failure of duty), noun breach, breach of a promise, carelessness, default, dereliction of duty, error, failure, failure of obligation, failure to act, incompletion, indifference to act, inobservance, lapse in conduct, malpractice, misprision, neglect, neglect of obligation, negligence, noncompletion, noncompletion of a task, nonfulfillment, nonobservance, omission, omission of duty, omission of obligaaion, oversight, repudiation of one's duty, slight, slip, unfulfilllent of an assignment, unfulfillment of duty

delinquency

(Misconduct), noun atrocity, badness, baseness, breach of the law, corruption, crime, criminality, culpability, decadence, degeneracy, delictum, depravity, dereliction, devilishness, dissoluteness, evil, evil behavior, fault, flagrante delicto, foulness, heinousness, immorality, improbity, impropriety, indiscretion, infraction, infraction of the law, infringement, iniquity, lawbreaking, lawlessness, malefaction, malfeasance, malum, malversation, misdeed, misdoing, misstep, nefariousness, obliquity, offense, outrage, peccability, peccancy, prodigality, reprobacy, tort, transgression, trespass, turpitude, viciousness, vileness, villainousness, villainy, violation, wantonness, waywardness, wickedness, wrong, wrongdoing
Associated concepts: contributing to delinquency, delinquency proceeding, juvenile delinquency

delinquency

(Shortage), noun arrearage, arrears, dearth, debt, default, deficiency, deficit, depletion, inability to pay, inadequacy, indebtment, insufficiency, lack, late payment, liability, nonfulfillment, nonpayment, obligation, outstanding debt, paucity, scantiness, scarcity, short measure, short supply, shortage, shortness, sparseness, sparsity, unpaid amount
Associated concepts: delinquency assessment, delinquency charges
See also: arrears, bad repute, blame, breach, crime, culpability, default, dereliction, dishonor, disregard, expiration, failure, fault, guilt, lapse, misconduct, misdeed, misdoing, misprision, neglect, negligence, nonfeasance, nonpayment, nonperformance, offense, omission, responsibility, transgression, vice, wrong

delinquency

failure or negligence in duty or obligation.
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082bn and represented the largest volume of new delinquencies since February 2013.
Dollar-weighted average delinquencies (equal to the rate for all card portfolios combined) have increased faster than the median, particularly in the troubled states.
Mortgage delinquencies on subprime loans in New Hampshire increased by 156 basis points to 14.
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In a press release, the company said that while overall mortgage delinquencies have dropped nearly 41 percent from their peak period through the third quarter of 2013, subprime borrower delinquencies have dropped only about 15 percent from the first quarter of 2010 to last year's third quarter.
These delinquency rates are still below the IQ 2010 peak rates, and are likely to be the apex in delinquencies barring a retain to recession.
As Fitch has previously noted, a high concentration of delinquencies within the index (15.
84 percent, and will continue to be a problem in 2012, "with delinquencies likely to climb further as longer-term leases continue to roll," said Mary MacNeill, managing director at Fitch.
Although delinquencies have increased somewhat over the past couple of years, they nonetheless remain at miniscule levels.
equipment lease ABS delinquencies have remained stable so far this year, they are likely to increase slightly through the remainder of 2008 and into next year, according to Fitch Ratings.
Also on the rise are individual Brooklyn condo delinquencies, which have jumped from 402 to 525 units owing $133,816, and representing 16 percent of the total units.