September U.S. Sales to Stay Strong Despite Early Falloff; Inventory Down 8.2% Haig Stoddard Ward's is forecasting strong U.S. sales in September, an admittedly dicey month to predict and one in which some factors are pointing to much lower results and others to a bit higher outcome. Sales are projected to run at a 16.8 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in September, a solid number, even if it is much lower than the 18 million-plus months of July and August. It’s ...
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