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  • $728 million in subprime vintage debt just hit secondary market

    Massive subprime portfolio trades for second week in a row
    Included among the list of bonds available for purchase are some of the biggest names from the ghosts of subprime’s past, like Countrywide, Wells Fargo, Structured Asset Investment Loan Trust, Ace Securities, Park Place Securities, and others.
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  • Massive subprime mortgage bond portfolio ready to trade

    Interested in subprime bonds? More than $2.4 billion is available now
    According to bond analytics firm Interactive Data, the $4.6 billion portfolio of vintage debt is the largest of 2014, surpassing the January liquidation of the ING US portfolio from the Dutch State Treasury Agency, which checked in at $4.3 billion.
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  • $1 billion in subprime mortgage bonds just exchanged hands

    Package featured bonds from Countrywide, Bear Stearns, others
    Per Interactive Data, $885 million of the $998 million in available debt was subprime mortgages issed by Countrywide and others. The remaining debt was made up of $73 million in bonds backed Alt-A fixed-rate mortgages and $40 million in Alt-A adjustable-rate mortgages.
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  • $640 million in subprime-boom bonds coming to market

    Two lists of “major” non-agency RMBS to bid separately
    "My sense is that this is related to general risk reduction ahead of Wednesday’s FOMC announcement, Friday’s non-farm payroll report, and month end," David Varano of Interactive Data said. "Additionally, this could also be driven by certain investors looking to test the market after it appeared to easily absorb those two massive bid lists last week in order to gauge current demand levels."
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  • ING mortgage bonds flood market

    Pre-announced liquidation absorbed by Wall Street
    According to structured finance analytics firm Interactive Data, the announced liquidation of $5.1 billion from the ING Illiquid Assets Back-up Facility spiked activity levels higher yesterday in the mortgage-bond market.
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