Consumer ABS are probably going to be a higher-velocity market going forward given their shorter average-life profile, according to a presentation released this morning from Wells Fargo analysts.

Roughly 47% of the bonds issued thus far this year have average lives of less than two years, they reported. Analysts estimated this measure to be at less than 20% of the market in 2007.

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