Source: Federal Reserve



Interesting chart from the Fed showing the data on Delinquency Rates on all loans (including mortgages) and subsequent Charge-offs.

I added the horizontal red and blue lines, showing the approximate average over the past 15 years.  As you can see, we are making progress on the charge offs. But we still have an enormous way to go in clearing the Delinquent Loans . . .

You can play with the interactive chart and data at the Federal Reserve site.

Category: Credit, Data Analysis, Federal Reserve

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2 Responses to “Charge-off and delinquency rates, all banks, seasonally adjusted”

  1. AHodge says:

    interesting in that the history suggests that there are 1 1/2 to 2%pts of delinquencies
    that are made good with no chargeoffs
    as the current ratees are 3% pts above shargeoff
    that suggests a still a large amount of future excess writedown over the trend 1/2%
    even if 40% of the 5%pts remaining delinquency rate is made good

  2. rd says:

    I thought that the whole point of Paulsen-Geithner-Bernanke-Dodd-Frank policies was to avoid having delinquencies turn into charge-offs so that the financial system would remain solvent thereby saving the World-As-We-Know-It.