Consumer loan deliquencies rose at commercial banks during the first quarter, but there were signs of improvement in credit card loans, the American Bankers Association said Thursday.

The deliquency rate on eight types of installment credit rose to 2.75% of total loans, up from 2.58% at yearend 1991, according to the trade group's quarterly survey. Those figures do not include card loans.

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