NEW YORK — Bank credit card chargeoffs in November fell 20 basis points from a month earlier, to 5.2% of accounts receivable, according to Standard & Poor’s credit card quality indexes.

The indexes monitor the performance of approximately $330 billion of loans held in trusts of publicly rated credit card-backed securities, which make up nearly two-thirds of the total bank card market.

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