Negating criticism that the response to the government's Term ABS Loan Facility (TALF) has been lackluster thus far, over $10 billion worth of deals just priced under the program's third round.

Autos and credit cards played a very prominent role in this round as issuers in these sectors came to market wtih their deals.

Chase and GE Capital came to market with two credit card transactions, with $5 billion in Chase paper taking up a lion's share of this round's issuance.

On the auto side, Honda Motor Co.,Volkswagen  AG and Mitsubishi Motors boosted volumes in this asset class.

Meanwhile, Harley Davidson came to market with a motrocycle-backed transaction while CNH Capital came out with an equipment lease-backed offering.

Details on these deals are available via the link below from the ASR Scorecard database.

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