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More Hurricane Effects Wear Off; Auto Sales Slump in January

The storm-assisted car-fest that ended last year appears to be fully winding down. Automakers overall posted weak sales to start 2018. They are putting on their best face, admitting widely that this year was going to be a tough one anyway as if they expected it. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, total sales... The post More Hurricane Effects Wear Off; Auto Sales Slump in January was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner.
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