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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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But nearly $600 million in loans cured in July, which pushed delinquencies 12 basis points lower.
19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Experian Automotive today announced that 30- and 60-day automotive-loan delinquencies were up in the third quarter of 2014.
The $693 million Las Vegas-based credit union saw its delinquency ratio fall 58 basis points from first quarter to second quarter thanks in part to a reduction in reportable modified real estate delinquencies from $1.
In contrast, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) mortgages continue to struggle with delinquencies on CMBS loans, reaching their highest level since 1997.
Consumer loan delinquencies reached a record high in the first quarter, according to data released today by the American Bankers Association.
The reason to focus on 60-day delinquencies is that they give us a look at loans that are entering into the delinquency process but also have multiple missed payments.
Total mortgage delinquencies in New Hampshire increased by 48 basis points to 4.
He added that independent living was one notable exception, continuing its impressive performance streak of no permanent debt delinquencies among the largest permanent lenders.
Permanent debt delinquencies increased for assisted living and skilled nursing in the fourth quarter of 2003, according to the NIC Key Financial Indicators[TM] compiled by the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industries (NIC).
Controller Eugene Ludwig's concern about potentially lax review of prospective card holders comes amid rising credit delinquencies.
The remaining loans in the index actually saw delinquencies rise about five basis points leading to a net reduction of 23 basis points overall.
Because each investor group tracks delinquencies in its own way, delinquency rates are not comparable from one group to another.