Auto lenders are making more loans to weaker borrowers as consumer demand for cars increases and low interest rates continue to fatten profit margins, according to a Moody's report released Friday.

The Moody's report, which analyzes third-quarter data compiled by Experian, also found ample evidence for weakening lending standards in the subprime auto loan market.

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