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average life

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Fitch initially placed Taberna IX on Rating Watch Negative on February 29, 2008, citing concerns with respect to the credit deterioration of underlying collateral and the impact of a shortened portfolio weighted average life on junior classes of rated notes, which rely upon excess spread in order to meet their stated payment terms under Fitch's stress scenarios.
Those comprise numerous key data points such as weighted average maturity (WAM), weighted average life (WAL), portfolio size, yield, market value NAV (MVNAV), and liquidity levels, with the ability to look at trends over time and in comparison to the minimum regulatory needs.
Under the offer, named FirstMac Mortgage Funding Trust Series 1-2010, FirstMac will offer AUD100m each in Class A-1 and Class A-2 notes with a weighted average life of 1.
29, 2008, citing concerns with respect to moderate credit deterioration of underlying collateral and the impact of a shortened portfolio weighted average life on junior classes of rated notes, which rely upon excess spread in order to meet their stated payment terms under Fitch's stress scenarios.
The 18 wind farms located in Germany, 100% property of ACCIONA, have been grid connected progressively since 2002 until 2009 and they have a weighted average life of 8 years.
The company said that when issued, the notes will have maturities between 7 and 12 years and have a weighted average life to maturity of about 93/4 years.
Liberty's PRIME Series 2010-1 RMBS offer, which was launched a week ago, was priced at 100 basis points over swap on the Class A1 AUD85m top tranche that carried a weighted average life of 0.
The rating affirmations reflect the stable performance of the collateral, reduced weighted average life due to seasoning of the portfolio, and improved credit enhancement.

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