* Credit cycle may have turned for auto ABS * Moody's sees improved market ahead * Ford Motor Credit boosts planned deal to $1.387 bln -IFR By Walden Siew NEW YORK, July 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. auto loan securitization market may be primed for outperformance over the next two years, and investors may even see a pick up in auto ABS issuance after the market weighs the impact of new regulations. In the wake of the global credit crisis, auto loan ABS suffered from years of failed ...
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