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  • 12 May 2015
    • Higher share of large vehicles in auto lease ABS pools raises risk of residual value losses if gas prices rise
      The low gas prices that led the share of light-duty trucks and SUVs in auto lease ABS transactions that Moody’s rates to jump significantly will increase pool residual value losses if gas prices rise to the $3.50 range when these leases mature in 2017-18. However, residual value losses in the 2015 transactions will remain below those of auto lease ABS during the height of the recession in 2008… Press Release l Full Report
  • 30 Apr 2015
    • Quarterly auto ABS sector summaries show strength in lease, improvement in floorplan, but decline in auto loan ABS performance
      The strong performance in Q1 2015 of auto lease ABS continued, both for credit and residual (market) value of vehicles, buoyed largely by strong residual value performance for trucks and SUV. Payment rates for most auto floorplan trusts were flat or increased, but should continue to rise next quarter. However, the marginal decline in the credit quality in auto loan ABS resulted in a marginal performance decline as well…Auto Lease Summary l Auto Loan Summary l Auto Floorplan Summary l Full Report
  • 23 Apr 2015
    • Delinquency rates on subprime auto loans soften in fourth quarter
      A minor decline in delinquency rates of subprime auto loans stalled a rise in delinquencies which occurred over two consecutive quarters. Looser lending conditions have added some risk as borrowers take on larger loans with longer repayment terms. However, lower unemployment and lower gasoline prices will support loan performance, including that of loans backing ABS… Press Release l Full Report
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