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Auto Sales Keep on Trucking
5/3/2016 - These days, auto sales aren’t the pure proxy for the economy it once was in part because of easy money and the dire need to replace aging cars and trucks. Still, it’s a reflection, to a degree, and on that note, today’s April sales figures paints a complex picture. The industry should have been able to breathe a sigh of relief, but instead stocks are lower, even for those companies that posted better-than-expected sales.

Ironically, all the domestic automakers missed consensus estimates... MORE

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