- Language: English
- Published: February 2013
- Region: Australia
Australian Securitization News: Issue 537, Week Ended Feb. 1, 2013 Feb 13
- ID: 2394187
- February 2013
- Region: Australia
- Standard & Poors
The Australian Securitization News is a weekly periodical that provides insight into the Australian securitization market. It contains statistics on market activity, the number and volume of transactions, and the performance of prime residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), with charts for Standard & Poor's Performance Index (SPIN) and Standard & Poor's Prepayment Index (SPPI). The ABS Performance Watch: Australia and New Zealand, RMBS Performance Watch, and Inside ABCP publications can be found in the Global Research Publications window within RatingsDirect Global Credit Portal, at http://www.globalcreditportal.com. Select 'Structured Finance Research' from the drop-down menu within this window, which is located on the right-hand navigation pane. The Australian SPIN, RMBS Arrears Statistics: Australia, Australian SPPI, and some of the articles listed in the...
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