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Capital One (COF +3.8%) says delinquencies and charge-offs at its U.S. credit-card business fell...

Capital One (COF +3.8%) says delinquencies and charge-offs at its U.S. credit-card business fell in February. The company saw 30-day delinquencies decline to 3.62% last month from 3.78% in January, while charge-offs decreased to 3.84% in February from 4.08% a month earlier. Separately, Capital One passed the Fed's stress tests and did not ask for a dividend increase or share buyback.
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