U.S. light-vehicle sales finished higher than expected for the second straight month by posting a 17.3 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate in June, not much different than May’s 17.4 million, nor same-month 2018’s 17.2 million. However, the quarterly and year-to-date totals were off a little more. June’s results lifted the second-quarter SAAR to 17.0 million, slightly above Q1-2019’s 16.8 million, but both were below their like-2018 totals of 17.2 million ...

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