U.S. credit card delinquencies hit a six-month low in March, and chargeoffs declined for a second-straight month, Fitch Inc. said Friday — further signs that credit woes may have peaked.

But the ratings agency reiterated that U.S. consumer credit quality remains under pressure as the pace of deterioration moderates.

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