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It has been seen lately that there has been a rise in the subprime mortgage securities whereas US has started to encourage reduction to homeowners balance. This may help in finishing house slumps faster and decrease the number of foreclosures.

According to Markit Group Ltd., there has been a highest rise in Markit ABX index since the first half of 2006, from 3.2 percent last week to 49.1, which has been the highest rise recorded since January of 2009.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., Morgan Stanley and Barclays Plc would benefit the borrowers with poor credit, who have been tied with the senior ranked bonds, after the Treasury Department would cut the size of the mortgages, thereby reducing the chances that loan modifications will fail.

On March 26, Goodman, who is based in New York, said that there would be an improvement in the success rate on mortgage policy because of the new policy.

While remaining below the levels, there was a gain in ABX-HE-AAA. Starting in 2007, the gauges decreased in number from 100, with similar size drops in the prices of subprime securities. Yesterday there was a rise in the ABX. HE. AAA 06 to 49.12.

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