PREVIEW-Jan US auto sales seen up slightly despite weather


What: January U.S. auto sales When: Tuesday, Feb. 1 Consensus forecast: Annual sales rate of 12.5 mln By Kevin Krolicki and Bernie Woodall DETROIT, Jan 31 (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales for January are expected to be up 15 percent or more despite the disruption of winter storms during the month, a result that would show the momentum of a sales recovery now a year-and-a-half old. But as they prepared to close the books on the month's crucial final weekend, both Ford Motor Co and ...

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