Capital One Financial Corp.'s stock was hammered Wednesday after the credit card issuer disclosed that earnings would fall short of analysts' estimates for the second quarter.

The company, based in Falls Church, Va., blamed the earnings slippage on declining fees on past-due card loans. Capital One spokeswoman Diana Sun estimated second-quarter results at around 57 cents per share, as opposed to the Wall Street consensus of 66 cents.

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