Credit card chargeoffs rose in November, to 6.73% of outstandings from 6.61% in October, according to Standard & Poor's Corp.

The ratings agency, which tracks the performance of $230 billion of securitized receivables, said the November results were mixed: Chargeoffs increased at half the banks monitored and decreased at the other half.

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