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GM August Sales Slide 5% but Top Estimates

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) posted total August U.S. sales of 256,429 vehicles, a decrease of 5.2% compared with August 2015. Retail deliveries fell 5.4% and fleet deliveries slipped 4.1 ...
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Labor Day Holiday May Be a Good Time to Shop for a Car

Labor Day weekend has traditionally been one of the busiest times of the year for car dealers. New models typically arrive from the carmakers in early fall and dealers want ...
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Ford’s Projected August Sales Drop More Even Than Volkwagen’s

Automakers will be reporting monthly sales for August on Thursday, September 1, and three leading industry analyst firms all are projecting a year-over-year total sales decline ranging between 2.1% and ...
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Ford Sales Expected to Dive 7% in August

In August, new car sales are expect to slip 2.1% from the same month last year to 1,540,000. Those of Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) are expected to nosedive by comparison, down ...
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Warren Buffett’s Highest Dividend Yields Outpacing Dow and Other Yields

Investors love chasing the holdings of the top investment gurus, and that certainly applies to Warren Buffett. After Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) recently released its top equity holdings, 24/7 ...
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Lincoln Ranks First in New Car Survey, Acura Last

In the widely respected ACSI annual Auto Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey, Ford Motor Company's (NYSE: F) small Lincoln division ranked first and Acura last. According to the firm: The report ...
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The 10 Most Searched Cars in America supplies a list of the most searched cars year to date at its site. Some of them are not among the best-selling cars, an odd disconnect. Kelley Blue Book ...
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Are Higher Auto Loan Defaults and Weaker Credit Metrics Reason to Worry Yet?

It was not that long ago that some cracks started to appear in the foundation of the endlessly growing U.S. auto market. On top of some trends showing peak-auto earlier ...
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Major Changes Seen in Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Stocks: Apple, Wal-Mart, Phillips 66, Deere and More

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) has released its public equity holdings as of June 30, 2016. What makes this so interesting for Warren Buffett fans, outside of Buffett being one ...
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4 Top Dividend Stocks That Should Do Great Regardless of Who Is President

Wall Street is desperately trying to handicap what stocks will do well depending on which presidential candidate wins. A Trump victory would perhaps favor stocks that are helped along by a ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Ford, GM, Hecla Mining, Vale, Waste Management and More

Stocks have been hitting new all-time highs, and Tuesday's opening bell was indicated to open higher. Stocks are valued at about 18 times forward earnings on the S&P 500 Index, ...
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Hybrid Car Sales Top 30,000 in July

Total car and light truck sales reached 1,522,144 in July. By contrast, hybrid sales were less than modest at 32,633. Of those, 9,930 were the base version of the Toyota ...
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4 Top Merrill Lynch Buy-Rated Stocks That Yield 5% or More

There is one thing that has become desperately clear to most everybody on Wall Street, rates are going nowhere any time soon, and possibly not until next year if any ...
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GM Incentives Take July Pickup Market Share From Ford

After a rather dismal month of May, pickup truck sales improved somewhat in June, and the leading full-size pickup opened up a wider lead on its competitors. After a disappointing ...
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July Sales Slip Nearly 2% at GM

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) posted total July U.S. sales of 267,258 vehicles, a decrease of 1.9% compared with July 2015. Retail deliveries rose 5%, fleet deliveries slipped 4.7 points ...
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