By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Nov 29 (Reuters) - After hitting their weakest rates in four years last month, U.S. auto sales are expected to rebound slightly in November, thanks to small increases in incentives and improving consumer confidence. The average forecast from Wall Street analysts calls for November sales to hit a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 15.8 million. That's well off the 18 million rate from November 2001, but a welcome improvement from October's 15.4 million sales rate, ...
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