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Volume 2014 - Number 22

June 6, 2014

Performance of Outstanding Non-Agency MBS Expected Strong Due to Positive Economic Trends

Economic trends point to continued strong performance for outstanding non-agency MBS, according to Standard & Poor’s. “S&P expects the sector to demonstrate stable characteristics and stable rating trends,” said Jeremy Schneider, a primary credit analyst at the rating service. “Our outlook for collateral performance is strong, and our assessment of the overall sector is stable.” In a report released late last week, S&P said...

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