With a full market close Thursday, in observance of Thanksgiving, and an early close on both Wednesday and Friday, trading slowed to a virtual standstill, as just a couple of new issues pricing by press time Tuesday. Among the completed trades were a manufactured housing securitization and a rare re-opening of a credit card-backed deal.

MH lender Vanderbilt Mortgage priced the $392 million 2002-C deal Monday that was announced the week prior via Credit Suisse First Boston, after splitting the $102.5 million triple-A A1 class into separate one-year fixed- and floating-rate classes. The $82.5 million A1 A class priced at 81 basis points over EDSF to yield 2.52% and the $20 million of A1 B paper priced at 31 basis points over one-month Libor.

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