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U.S. | 7 Nov 2019 Storm Clouds Gathering for the Auto Market as Loan Standards Tighten
One bad month proves nothing, but our first chart shows that October's auto sales numbers were awful, dropping unexpectedly to a six-month low.

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7 Nov 2019 Storm Clouds Gathering for the Auto Market as Loan Standards Tighten

By Ian Shepherdson

One bad month proves nothing, but our first chart shows that October's auto sales numbers were awful, dropping unexpectedly to a six-month low.

Posted: 7th Nov 2019 in 'U.S.'

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