J.P. Morgan & Co.'s decision to sharply curtail part of its mortgage business will shake the market for mortgage securities, but not hard enough to do much lasting damage, industry experts say.

Morgan may briefly push market prices down by selling its inventory, observers said. But once that bottleneck is cleared, products are expected to move as smoothly as they had before the New York investment bank cleaned house.

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