DETROIT -- U.S. sales will slow in January from the fourth quarter’s torrid pace, but not by an alarming amount, according to a Ward’s forecast for the month. Inventories also will climb back to a stabilized level as they rise in January from December’s 8-year low. See related data See related data Ward’s forecasts U.S. light-vehicle sales to equal a tepid 15.73 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in January, the lowest monthly total in more than three years. It marks only ...
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