Credit quality fell across the country in November despite efforts by banks to tighten underwriting standards, the Federal Reserve Board said Wednesday.

Bankers in New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Atlanta, and San Francisco saw a deterioration in consumer credit quality, the Fed said in the Beige Book, its periodic report of economic conditions. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported delinquency rates were rising at 31% of its banks.

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