Consumer loan delinquencies rose in the fourth quarter in most major lending categories, the American Bankers Association said Wednesday.

The association's quarterly composite index, covering several types of closed-end loans including automobile and home equity, indicated that 2.35% of accounts were at least 30 days past due on Dec. 31. That was up from 2.29% for the third quarter.

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