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NEW YORK CITY-While they’re not putting CMBS at the top of their shopping lists at the moment, senior fixed-income investors are taking a cheerier view of the sector than they have in some time. The share of investors expecting significant credit deterioration across commercial mortgage-backed issues fell to the lowest level in two years, says the latest Fitch Ratings/Fixed Income Forum Survey.

“For the first time in several years, the share of investors expecting significant credit deterioration fell to less than 10% across all asset classes,” according to the report accompanying the survey results. “Even areas that are still facing headwinds” ⎯ notably CMBS and municipal bonds ⎯ “had less than 10% of investors expecting significant deterioration, although roughly 50% of investors still saw some deterioration across both.”

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