* European deals led by VW, BMW * Tighter pricing key for carmakers * Investors eye shorter-term tenor * Job losses, bad loans may weigh By Simon Jessop LONDON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - European carmakers, led by Volkswagen and BMW , are set to sell on more of their leases to investors increasingly willing to venture again into asset-backed securities (ABS). Appetite for autos ABS issuance tanked in the credit crunch, as it did for most securitised bonds, and three-quarters of 2009's ...
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