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Australian Prime RMBS Arrears Eased Again In 3Q 2011 With Three New Transactions Issued, S&P Report Says Jan 12

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MELBOURNE (Standard & Poor's) Jan. 25, 2012--Loans underlying Australian prime residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) that are greater than 30 days in arrears fell to 1.52% in September 2011 (Q3) from 1.69% in June 2011, according to a report published by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services. Subprime RMBS arrears fell by 127 basis points to 10.38% during the same period. The total loan balance outstanding for prime issuance decreased to A$84.2 billion in Q3 from A$85.9 billion in June 2011. In the subprime and nonconforming RMBS space, total notes outstanding decreased to A$1.7 billion in Q3 from A$1.9 billion in June 2011 "The reduced arrears levels indicate signs of recovery after weather-related disruptions in early 2011," Standard & Poor's credit analyst...

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