Car sales in the US rose 0.8% in October

In October, analytical corporation Autodata recorded an annual increase in sales of new cars in the United States by 0.8% to 1 million 318 thousand cars. This was a surprise for analysts who had expected a decline of 2.1%. Sales growth from the beginning of the year to October amounted to 0.6%. In October, SUVs and crossovers were the most popular models. Fiat Chrysler Automobile increased sales by 15.4%. At the same time, the largest US automaker General Motors reduced its sales figure by 3.9%. Ford Motor sales fell 4%. Sales of Japanese companies Honda and Nissan also declined. The fall in Honda was 4.1%, Nissan – 0.6%.

05.11.2018
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Glencore to trim copper and zinc production targets

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25.10.2019

Offshore wind farms to invest $1.2 trillion to hit climate goals

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25.10.2019

Amazon shares fall 7%, forecasts below expectation

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China to request U.S. to remove tariffs in exchange for farm purchases

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25.10.2019

Oil prices drop after recovering from surprise dip in U.S. inventories

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24.10.2019
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