July 31 (Reuters) - Following is a summary of analyst forecasts for U.S. auto sales in July, based on the seasonally adjusted annualized rate of sales, a widely tracked measure of industry performance known as the SAAR. Automakers are set to release July sales results on Friday. Forecasts range from 13.2 million vehicles to 13.9 million. At the low end of expectations, sales would mark the lowest level since 1993. For a related story, click [ID:nN31337867] * JPMorgan 13.2 million * ...
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