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Coverage of asset classes ranging from the traditional, such as mortgages, autos and credit cards, to evolving classes, such as intellectual property and collateralized debt obligations. 

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  • 27 Jul 2015
    • UK base rate hike wouldn't increase arrears in mortgage deals, as borrowers can adjust their spending
      UK mortgage borrowers' strength will enable them to withstand moderate interest-rate rises. This resilience will, in turn, curb arrears in UK residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS). Borrowers that are up-to-date on their payments will be able to adjust their discretionary spending if incremental rate rises are spread out over the next three year... Press Release
  • 15 Jul 2015
    • UK consumer debt boom leaves borrowers vulnerable to economic shocks; credit card pools riskier
      UK consumers are taking on more unsecured debt to maintain spending, making credit card pools riskier. The rise in unsecured consumer debt is leaving borrowers increasingly vulnerable to economic shocks. Consumer spending has surpassed pre-crisis levels, at a time when growth in unsecured consumer debt is outstripping wage growth. Despite growing indebtedness, the rating agency expects that credit card ABS delinquencies will stay stable this year, owing to market trends and the portfolios’ strong credit quality... Press Release
  • 8 Jul 2015
    • Dutch mortgage market’s recovery prospects strengthen following sales surge
      A recovery in house sales in the Netherlands will increase the proceeds that originators recover in cases of foreclosure, reinforcing the stable performance of the Dutch residential mortgage-backed securities market. Moody’s forecasts a maximum house price increase of up to 5% in 2015. However, we note that a reduction in the maximum allowed loan-to-value ratio in 2016 and the fact that approximately a third of existing home owners remain in negative equity will moderate the pace of the housing market's recovery...Press Release
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