After three consecutive months of increase, U.S. dealer light-vehicle inventory fell nearly 120,000 units to 2,325,846 in December, a 4.9% decline from the prior month. At the same time, a 16%-plus increase in the average daily selling rate dropped the days’ supply barometer to a weak 55 from a close-to-ideal 67 the prior month, but not as low as the like-2009’s 53. Related document: U.S. Light Vehicle Inventory – December 2010 Boding well for the Detroit Three’s robust January-March ...

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