Card company insiders sold more than 2.3 million shares in the first two months of 1996, apparently reflecting concerns about consumer debt levels and delinquencies.

Officers and directors of Capital One Financial Corp. sold more than one million shares. American Express Co. insiders sold more than half a million shares, while MBNA Corp. officials unloaded more than 300,000 shares in that time.

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