Capital One is prepping a securitization of credit card receivables, which has been upsized to $850 million from $650 million, according to Bloomberg.

Still, the pricing guidance reported by the agency — 37 basis points over 1-month Libor — reflects the increasing bleed from troubled markets, such as high-yield corporates, as discussed in a report yesterday from Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts.

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