By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Automakers may soon be giving thanks for November, as U.S. auto sales likely got a boost from a strengthening U.S. economy and a ramp-up in incentives, analysts said. Analysts' estimates vary widely, but several said that sales due out on Tuesday could climb to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of around 16.7 million, up from 15.6 million in October and 16.0 million in November last year. "The pickup from the slowdown in October reflects an ...
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