AutoNation CEO says US housing to hurt auto sales


DETROIT, July 26 (Reuters) - AutoNation Inc. Chief Executive Mike Jackson expects weakness in the U.S. housing market to weigh on U.S. auto sales for the remainder of the year, with the deepest impact on pickup truck sales. "We don't see light at at end of tunnel yet; we still have a lot of difficulty to work through," Jackson said in an interview. "As best as we can tell, we see no indication it's going to get any better this year," he added. Jackson also said sales of pickup trucks, ...

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