Not performing satisfactorily; not functioning well(adjective)
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Use "nonperforming" in a sentence
"Some €7.32 billion of its loans, or 6% of the loan book, were classified as nonperforming at the end of December, up from €6.06 billion in December 2010."
"The loan losses, coupled with continued growth in nonperforming assets and the company's inability to release loan-loss reserves, weighed on the stock, which closed down 55 cents, at $6.48."
"Earnings Regions Financials Posts Narrower Quarterly Loss Regions Financial Corp. 's third-quarter loss narrowed as the southern U.S. bank sold bad loans at a loss and reported a troubling trend in nonperforming loans, auguring continued credit troubles."