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Card delinquencies catch up to Cap One

Jeremy Simon

It looks like the subprime mortgage debacle has begun to spill over to credit cards, with issuer Capital One slashing its earnings outlook amid rising credit card delinquencies.
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Consumers went a-charging in November

Jeremy Simon

Consumers relied heavily on credit cards to drive their spending in the run-up to the holiday season, according to recently published consumer credit statistics from the Federal Reserve.
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Card issuers relying on fees even more

Daniel Ray

Credit card issuers’ reliance on fees edged up another notch in 2007, according to the annual profit/loss estimate put out by respected credit card industry analyst and investment banker R.K. Hammer.
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15 of the coolest (and weirdest) credit card gadgets and accessories

Emily Crone

I love the variety of quirky and bizarre products that can be found on the Internet. I spent some time on Google searching for credit card-related goodies, and I came up with lots of fun stuff. Here is a list of my 15 favorite credit card accessories, gadgets and toys.
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TD Banknorth credit card offers lower APR for larger payments

Jeremy Simon

TD Banknorth’s new Simply Flexible credit card rewards consumers for offering up more than just the minimum monthly payment. Simply Flexible charges an interest rate of 7.99 percent on purchases. But to qualify for that “highly competitive” APR, cardholders will need to make a monthly payment equal to 10 percent or more of their revolving balance.
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