nonperforming

[non-per-fawr-ming]
adjective
1.
not performing well or properly.
2.
Banking. noting or pertaining to a debt on which interest payments have been missed or slow, or for which the interest rate has been voluntarily lowered: the rise in nonperforming loans.

Origin:
non- + performing

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Fitch even hinted at the possibility of another wave of nonperforming loans tied to the property market.
Banking organizations in the affected areas may find that their levels of delinquent and nonperforming loans will increase.
Credit quality indicators worsened further during the year, with additional increases in nonperforming loans and delinquencies.
With the inevitable slowdown, business losses and nonperforming bank loans surged.
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