NEW YORK, Jan 22 (Reuters) - The credit performance of U.S. asset-backed securities supported by auto loans is showing signs of deterioration, pushing delinquencies on prime securities to exceed 2001's recessionary levels, said Standard & Poor's in a report on Tuesday. S&P said its auto loan static index is indicating delinquencies of 30 or more days late on 2006 prime securitizations have hit seven-year highs. "The liberalization of credit standards, escalating mortgage ...
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