The tables show the historical monthly performance of S&P Global Ratings' U.S. Credit Card Quality Index (CCQI) for bankcard trusts and private-label card trusts for the past 12 months.
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The CCQI is a monthly performance index that aggregates performance information of securitized credit card receivables in key risk areas: receivables outstanding, yield, payment rate, charge-off rate, delinquencies, base rate, and excess spread rate. (See the Appendix for more information about the CCQI performance variables.)
For more information on performance trends among individual U.S. bankcard and private-label credit card pools, see our review commentary "U.S. And Canada Credit Cards ABS Review," published March 1, 2023.
|S&P Global Ratings' Credit Card Quality Index--U.S. ABS Credit Card--Bankcard|
|Month/year||Outstanding amount ($)||Yield (%)||Charge-off rate (%)||Base rate (%)||Spread rate (%)||30+ day delinquency rate (%)||60+ day delinquency rate (%)||90+ day delinquency rate (%)||Total payment rate (%)||U.S. unemployment rate (%)|
|S&P Global Ratings' Credit Card Quality Index--U.S. ABS Credit Card--Private Label|
|Month/year||Outstanding amount ($)(i)||Yield (%)||Charge-off rate (%)||Base rate (%)||Spread rate (%)||30+ day delinquency rate (%)||60+ day delinquency rate (%)||90+ day delinquency rate (%)||Total payment rate (%)||U.S. unemployment rate (%)|
|(i)The balance decline in September 2022 reflects the maturity of World Financial Network Credit Card Master Note Trust's series 2019-C issuance, which was the trust's only outstanding series.|
Appendix: CCQI Performance Variables
We determine each master trust's weighting by dividing its outstanding eligible principal receivables by the total outstanding eligible principal receivables for all trusts included in the index. We then determine the CCQI weighted average performance variables by adding the result of each master trust's variables multiplied by each master trust's respective weighting.
The aggregate outstanding eligible principal receivables of credit card accounts backing each master trust at the end of the collection period.
The weighted average total trust income for the collection period as a percentage of eligible principal receivables (annualized).
The weighted average losses on principal receivables for the collection period as a percentage of eligible principal receivables (annualized).
The weighted average cost of funding (the sum of the certificate rate on a securitization and the corresponding transaction servicing fee) for the collection period.
Excess spread rate
The weighted average surplus of cash inflow for the collection period (yield minus charge-offs minus the base rate).
The weighted average past-due amount for the collection period as a percentage of the current month's eligible principal receivables.
Total payment rate
The weighted average total monthly collections (obligor principal and finance charge payments) as a percentage of the total outstanding amounts.
The analysts would like to thank Tripti Sachdev for their analytical contribution to this report.
This report does not constitute a rating action.
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