Standard & Poor's said U.S. bank-card charge-offs reached a record 10% in May as unemployment continued to rise, according to its U.S. Credit Card Quality Index.

As of May, the index tracked about $414.8 billion bank-card receivables and about $79.6 billion in private-label and retail card receivables backing S&P-rated asset-backed securities.

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