NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases its auto loan ABS indices for April 2021.
April remittance reports showed auto loan credit trends remained well grounded during the March collection period. Early-stage delinquencies (30-59 days past due) in the KBRA Prime Auto Loan Index fell 23 basis points (bps) month-over-month (MoM) to 0.67%, while late-stage delinquencies (60+ days past due) declined 11 bp to 0.23%. Meanwhile, early- and late-stage delinquencies in the KBRA Non-Prime Auto Loan Index were down 177 bps and 102 bps MoM, respectively, coming in at 5.11% and 2.89%. Annualized net losses also trended lower in both indices during the month, driven by favorable delinquency metrics and a frothy used car market, which has helped to keep recovery rate at elevated levels in 2021.
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