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Volume 2014 - Number 35

September 19, 2014

Downloads Available: Non-Mortgage ABS Ratings by Company - 2012-2Q14

Downloads Available: Non-Agency MBS Ratings by Company - 2012-2Q14

Moody’s Ranked First in Non-Mortgage ABS Ratings at Midway Point in 2014, S&P Tops in Non-Agency MBS

Moody’s Investors Service – which has been on the sidelines in the sputtering jumbo MBS market this year – has edged up to become the most active rating service in the non-mortgage ABS market, according to a new Inside MBS & ABS analysis. Moody’s rated 71 ABS over the first half of the year, deals with a total issuance volume of $66.15 billion. That represented 64.5 percent of total non-mortgage ABS issued in the first six months of 2014. Moody’s had its biggest market shares in vehicle finance ABS and student loan deals. Standard & Poor’s ranked...[Includes two data charts]

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