DETROIT – U.S. light-vehicle sales are expected to do in July what they did in June by staying close to the year-to-date trend. Ward’s forecasts sales in July to run at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 16.41 million, close to year-ago’s 16.44 million, last month’s 16.46 million and the 16.45 million rate of the entire first half. (view related data: July 31 U.S. Dealer Inventories Forecast ) (view related data:U.S. Light Vehicles Sales Forecast) However, the forecast ...
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