WASHINGTON -- The percentage of delinquent consumer loans fell 25 basis points in the second quarter, to 2.06%, the lowest level in nine years, the American Bankers Association said Wednesday.

The June 30 results marked the fifth consecutive quarterly decline in the index. In June 1992, delinquencies stood at 2.60%.

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