Uncertain geo-political conditions have Ward's forecasting an admittedly middle-of-the-road 15.1 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) for light vehicle sales in March. If the March forecast holds firm, it would be the third consecutive month-to-month decline since December. It also pales in comparison to year-ago’s 16.6 million SAAR (see related data: Ward's Forecast - Mar. U.S. Lt. Vehicle Sales). Should the U.S. enter into a war with Iraq during the month, sales could drop ...
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