Eleven classes of Securitized Asset Backed Receivables mortgage pass-through certificates have been downgraded by Fitch Ratings. The downgrades came in SABR series 2004-DO1 and series 2004-NC3. Fitch also placed two of the downgraded classes on Rating Watch Negative and affirmed the ratings on three classes in the deals. The downgrades were attributed to the release of overcollateralization and principal payments to the subordinate classes, which have put pressure on the capital structure for both series. The collateral consists primarily of first-lien subprime mortgage loans.

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