6 Black Book – Fitch Ratings: Vehicle Depreciation Report August, 2015 Auto Lease Residual Gains Declining in 2015 Fitch’s auto lease RV index recorded a gain of 4.79% in June, which was within range of the prior six months but the overall trend is of lower residual values in 2015, and Fitch expects this to continue in the latter half of 2015.

Bank of America halts foreclosures in all states Lennar earnings soar amid positive builder news Show of support for D.R. Horton – Homebuilders have been coming to life, and traders like DR Horton. the last month amid a flurry of positive news: Sales of both new and existing homes, along with building permits, all surpassed.The Texas AG, California AG and Connecticut AG had already called for similar foreclosure freezes. And a number of other states have demanded a halt to all foreclosures, with the latest being Delaware, Iowa, Massachusetts, and North Carolina. These and similar accusations led ally financial and Chase to stall foreclosures in 23 other states.

Subprime Bloodletting Continues at Fitch Post By Joyner Contents powerful state role enacting.mortgage rates remain Luminent mortgage capital aegis mortgage corp. Annualized net loss on an index of subprime auto loans hit 9.6 percent in October, up from about 8 percent a year earlier, according to Fitch.

"In the historically weak fall months, Fitch expects ANL may approach the 2-percent level as predicted at the beginning of the year," explained John Bella, managing director. Meanwhile, the subprime auto ABS 60 days-or-more delinquency index came in at 3.85 percent in August, 6 percent higher than July.

CFPB targets zombie foreclosures On Thursday January 22, 2015, the Consumer financial protection bureau (cfpb) and the maryland attorney general ordered two banks to pay more the $37 million in fines for illegal payments for referrals under the guise of marketing and other agreements under the real estate settlement procedures Act (RESPA).

 · While S&P continues to rate unsolicited transactions, Moody’s and Fitch had virtually abandoned the practice by 2000. Without exception, the ratings that are candidates for involvement in the subprime litigation were solicited ratings for which the agencies were paid a fee by the issuers.

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His comments contrast with other regulators who compared loans to subprime mortgages. due to reduced transparency in the shadow banking sector. Story continues “That is what would ultimately be the.

As Auto Lending Rises, So Do Delinquencies. even as auto lending continues to boom at a near record pace.. according to Fitch. "Subprime auto performance could decline further if there are any stresses to the underlying economy," Kevin Duignan, Fitch’s global head of structured finance.

However, Fitch anticipates that the ongoing efforts to work-out subprime loan terms, including modifications and repayment plans, will help to mitigate such impacts on subprime borrowers. The six-month LIBOR rate was the most widely used index for subprime hybrid adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) and hybrid interest only (IO) loans.

The latest monthly index from Fitch Ratings indicated delinquencies and losses fell again for both U.S. prime and subprime auto ABS last month, though analysts noted losses are still higher year-over-year. Fitch reported that subprime 60-day delinquencies declined 11 percent month-over-month to 3.70 percent in April.

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