NEW YORK, Nov 20 (Reuters) - A $4 billion loan sale by automaker Chrysler LLC to help fund its buyout by Cerberus has been postponed, sources told Reuters Loan Pricing Corp on Tuesday. As reported earlier, a number of sources on Monday said they expected the loan sale would be delayed because of weak credit markets and worsening news from the U.S. auto sector. (Reporting by Faris Khan and Caleb Frazier)
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