Moody’s: Deterioration Continues for Prime-Quality Mortgage Pools

their mortgage payment per-formance deteriorates a few months later. Consumer credit data provides a "live" picture of the underlying credit migration and offers an opportunity for new and improved analysis of new and secondary mar-ket loan pools or Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities. As the market continues

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Following MBIA Inc.’s ( MBI) announcement to settle down $3.0 billion of its commercial mortgage backed securities ( CMBS), the rating agency – Moody’s Investors Service, the credit rating business of Moody’s Corporation ( MCO) jumped into action and placed the ratings of the parent company and.

Credit quality will erode as underwriting continues to weaken. As the U.S. economy continues to grow and the credit cycle enters its late stages, the credit quality of new loans in some sectors will continue to weaken and their structured finance documentation will continue to loosen. Growth will continue to drive performance.

Hundreds of billions of dollars in principal amount of subprime mortgages had been collected into pools and sold to investors. In many cases the investments had been highly rated for safety by one or more of Wall Street’s premier credit rating agencies.

Second is the continued deterioration of the firm’s insured portfolio of largely structured credits, with stress reaching sectors beyond residential mortgage-related securities. Moody’s.

As consumers are increasingly overextended, their mortgage payment performance deteriorates a few months later. Consumer credit data provides a "live" picture of the underlying credit migration and offers an opportunity for new and improved analysis of new and secondary market loan pools or Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities.

H&R Block, which owns Option One mortgage – one of the nation’s largest subprime operations – said it was having trouble selling the lender. The company had originally targeted the end of March for a sale, but faulted current conditions in the subprime market as the chief culprit behind the delay.

Moody’s adds SF rating enhancements. Moody’s is introducing two supplemental measures to its structured finance ratings to enhance transparency and information content. The first, the Assumption Volatility Score, will assess potential rating volatility based on the uncertainty of rating model assumptions.

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