Swelling auto inventories raise worries on Wall St.


By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Nov 22 (Reuters) - While salesmen at auto dealers around the United States may be anxiously waiting for business to pick up, workers at the Big Three's auto plants have been working overtime for much of the past two months. That disconnect between weaker U.S. auto sales and aggressive production has Wall Street analysts forecasting a ballooning of new vehicle inventories that could cut into earnings next year, especially at DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler arm and ...

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