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Skeptics expect weak September auto sales — but they might be in for a surprise

Auto sales in the US set a record in 2015, when 17.5 million new cars and trucks rolled off dealer lots, but if you listen to the chatter around 2016 sales or look at the stock prices of General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, you might think that an industry collapse is right around the corner. Sales haven't tanked in 2016 by any means. But by contrast with last year, they haven't continued surging.
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