April U.S. light-vehicle sales finished 34.3% below year ago, a downturn nearly equal to March’s 34.2% year-over-year decline. Volume totaled 817,000 units to average about 31,400 on each of 26 selling days, both numbers the second highest of 2009. April’s daily sales rate was 8.1% below the March’s average over 25 days. Related document: U.S. Light Vehicle Sales - April 2009 April marked the eighth consecutive month U.S. light-vehicle sales failed to reach 1 million units, the first ...

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