IFR-ABS-Quiet week expected for U.S. market


by Charles Williams and Adam Tempkin NEW YORK, March 28 (IFR) - The ABS primary is expected to remain quiet this week as the end of quarter approaches. One investor has seen reports indicating the second quarter could see several off-the-run esoteric deals as investors continue to demand more yield. One such rare deal that priced on Friday was the US$220m Oxbow Resources LLC Timberland Notes 2011-1 transaction, backed by timber and forestry collateral. Barclays Capital, which inherited ...

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