Non-Mortgage ABS

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February 16, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

The Consumer Credit Cycle Appears to be Softening, Largely Led by Faltering Student Loan Performance

The consumer credit cycle seems to be weakening, given current credit trends in consumer ABS, analysts at Wells Fargo Securities said in a new report. They see the solution as being broad economic growth.


February 9, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Tesla Brings Its First ABS Backed by Auto Leases, AAA Ratings with High Credit-Enhancement Levels

A subsidiary of Tesla issued its first ABS backed by auto leases this week and the electric car manufacturer plans to issue more deals going forward. The $608.1 million deal received AAA ratings from Moody’s Investors Service even though concerns were raised about various issues involving the transaction.


January 25, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Credit Card Issuers Likely to Have Another Good Year, But Challenges Are Beginning to Emerge

Credit card issuers will probably have a good 2018, much like they did last year, but some dark clouds are beginning to appear on the horizon, according to a new report from DBRS.


January 25, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Aircraft ABS Could Enjoy Another Record Year, Despite Some Turbulence Here and There

The aircraft ABS sector had a great 2017 and this year may be just as good, even though there could be some bumps along the way.


January 19, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Non-Mortgage ABS Issuance Hit Post-Crisis High in 2017 Despite Sluggish Finish in 4Q17

A huge rebound in securitization of credit-card receivables in 2017 helped boost the non-mortgage ABS market to a significant 21.2 percent increase in new issuance, according to a new rank-ing and analysis by Inside MBS & ABS.


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