U.S. light-vehicle sales in May should improve on April’s long-time low results, but how high sales total depends largely on month-end holiday marketing. May is forecast to total a 16.9 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate, well above April’s 16.4 million – a 4-year low – and a slight improvement on the 16.8 million year-to-date results through last month. However, the forecast is short of May 2018’s 17.2 million units and would be the seventh time in ...

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