Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases its auto loan indices for the month of March. Securitized auto loan credit performance in March improved across virtually all the ABS shelves included in KBRAs prime and non-prime auto loan indices. With average federal refunds down just $20 dollars year-over-year through the end of March ($2,893 in 2018 versus $2,873 in 2019), concerns that lower tax refunds could meaningfully impact ABS collateral performance appears overblown. We expect delinquency and loss rates will remain steady or continue to improve in April as borrowers continue to receive tax refunds.
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