* What: Major automakers release October U.S. sales * When: Monday, Nov. 3, from about noon EDT (1600 GMT) * Sales expected to hit lowest monthly level of '08 By Poornima Gupta and David Bailey DETROIT, Oct 31 (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales are expected to plunge to the lowest levels of the year in October and possibly the slowest running rate in two decades, with no certainty of when consumer confidence will return. The U.S. automakers, struggling to preserve their shrinking pools of ...
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