More Bad Mortgage News, Say Structured Finance Investors

25 Feb 2010

Structured finance investors have become sharply pessimistic about U.S. mortgage performance.

Structured finance investors have become sharply pessimistic about U.S. mortgage performance. According to Standard & Poor’s latest quarterly valuation inputs survey, investors expect U.S. prime fixed rate 2006 vintage mortgage default rates to average 5.7% over the next 12 months, compared with 3.6% in the previous poll. In ...

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