With consumer confidence playing a major role in the U.S. sales downturn, analysts are trying to anticipate how current events will play in the minds of car buyers this month. The prospect of bankruptcy at one of the Detroit Three is chilling for consumers pondering purchases from General Motors Corp. or Chrysler LLC, in particular. The spectacle of top auto executives spelling out the domestic industry’s problems before Congress and on national TV may be keeping customers from ...
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