Mexican RMBS Issuance Rises 12.8% In H2

16 Feb 2012

The issuance of Mexican residential mortgage-backed securities rose 12.8% in the second half of 2011, though it may take another “12 to 18 months of stable economic growth in the market to show solid signs of recovery,” according to Standard & Poor’s.

The issuance of Mexican residential mortgage-backed securities rose 12.8% in the second half of 2011, though it may take another “12 to 18 months of stable economic growth in the market to show solid signs of recovery,” according to Standard & Poor’s. S&P said the country’s mortgage default ...

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