Some Hedge Funds Want to Make Subprime Auto Loans Next Big ShortBy
Many banks refuse to short auto ABS; some fear reputation risk
Investors keen to short bonds as delinquencies tick higher
A group of hedge funds, convinced they have found the next Big Short, are looking to bet against bonds backed by subprime auto loans. Good luck finding a bank willing to do the trade.
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