Just like short-term spreads on several deals, the ABS primary market spigot tightened up a bit more last week, with just $4.2 billion in deals coming out by press time.

Sluggishness in the subprime market was partially to blame, as well as a prolonged seasonal slowdown that had some market players thinking no more than $4 billion in new issuance would be done last week.

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