NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases its auto loan indices for the month of June. The accompanying commentary highlights the fact that auto loan collateral performance metrics were mostly positive during the month, with annualized net losses and 60+ day delinquencies falling in KBRA’s Prime Auto Loan Index. Annualized net losses also feel in our Non-Prime Index, but delinquency rates climbed, reversing a three-month downward trend. Last month we predicted that auto loan credit performance would begin to deteriorate in June. We saw this, to some extent, in non-prime delinquency rates, but we expect both prime and non-prime collateral performance to worsen in July, as seasonal factors should push losses and delinquency rates incrementally higher each month through the remainder of the year.
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