ANALYSIS-TD deal seen as a boon for U.S. auto market


* TD deal seen as sign of renewed credit availability * Lending still tight for near prime car shoppers * Chrysler Financial deal, GM IPO show improved sentiment By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Toronto-Dominion Bank's purchase of Chrysler Financial will open a new avenue of financing for U.S. dealers and could help stoke the still-developing recovery in auto sales. TD Bank's $6.3 billion purchase of Chrysler Financial will make the Canadian bank one of North ...

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