Two-thirds of banks in a survey said their credit scoring models failed accurately to predict loan-quality problems in their credit card portfolios, according to a Federal Reserve study released Tuesday.

The models understated delinquency, default, and bankruptcy rates and overstated the profitability of credit card portfolios.

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