Some parts of the consumer-loan-backed market could be at more of a disadvantage than others when the Federal Reserve in March winds down a program it has used to prop up the market.

Industry participants say the stronger issuers and the higher-quality bonds will not be affected. But weaker issuers, with deals backed by loans more likely to underperform, will lose out.

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