Toyota, Ally auto ABS deals meet solid demand

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By Nancy Leinfuss NEW YORK, April 29 (Reuters) - Underwriters for Toyota Auto and Ally Master Owner Trust asset-backed offerings on Thursday launched larger-than-expected auto sales at tighter spread levels as investors chased supply, market sources said. Toyota Auto Owner Trust's $1.25 billion auto ABS deal was increased from a $775 million size as interest grew in the offering. The deal's AAA-rated one-year notes were launched at a spread of 13 basis points over Eurodollar swap ...

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