That January U.S. light-vehicle sales will fall from December’s rate is a near-certainty every year, and 2010 will prove no exception. This month will see the first month-to-month drop in the seasonally adjusted annual rate since September, a Ward’s U.S. sales forecast indicates. However, even as sales dip from December, year-over-year comparisons should jump markedly as volume is measured against 2009 results that produced the worst January SAAR in decades. Ward’s is forecasting total ...
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