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KickingTiresAccording to a new survey from AAA, consumers have a clear breaking point when it comes to gas prices. According to the group's newly developed consumer price index, more than half of U.S. drivers polled consider gas at $3.44 per......
KickingTiresHear that whooshing sound? That's the auto industry letting out a collective sigh as last year turned out half-decent. Absent the natural disasters that bedraggled 2011, 2012 picked up steam. Shoppers bought 14.5 million new cars, up 13.4% from an......
KickingTiresSales for major automakers improved more than 20% over a dismal June 2011 as the hardest-hit brands during last year's Japan earthquake recorded huge year-over-year gains. Toyota gained 60.3%; Honda picked up 48.8%, and Nissan added 28.2%. Not that the......
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KickingTiresIn a world still climbing back from the recession, debt crisis and natural disasters, can the U.S. economy be a beacon of hope? Many signals globally suggest instability. Traditional growth economies ??? the oft-cited BRICs, or Brazil, Russia, India and.....
KickingTiresBy any account, Nissan had a good year. Despite challenges in Asia and weakening consumer confidence in debt-ridden Europe, the Japanese automaker outpaced analysts' expectations for profits over the first half of its fiscal year, which ended last...
KickingTiresHere???s what we have our eye on today: Analysts expect January???s new-car sales to increase 6% over January 2011, reaching a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 13.4 million, Bloomberg News reports. That would fall short of the final months in......
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne told Bloomberg News today that European automakers need to incur "painful" restructuring to stanch losses in the region. Europe's sovereign-debt crisis has stymied consumer...
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Used-car prices for compact and midsize cars may peak in the next few weeks, an analyst from the National Automobile Dealers Association told Automotive News. A shortage of late-model used cars, which......
KickingTiresImproved consumer confidence had shoppers spending record cash on Black Friday ??? and perhaps that same enthusiasm boosted November's auto sales. In what turns out the best month since 2009's Cash for Clunkers-fueled summer, automakers and dealers...
KickingTiresFalling consumer confidence hasn't deterred car shoppers, as pent-up demand raised October sales versus a year ago for all but one major carmaker. Chrysler, Hyundai/Kia and Nissan posted big gains, with GM, Ford and Honda growing modestly. Toyota was the....
The Swampby Frank James It was a bad news, good news morning for economy watchers. The bad news was that the economy shed 62,000 jobs in June, the sixth straight month in which employers cut their payrolls. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated After a week at "war'' with the FOX News Channel, the White House maintained today that it really isn't too concerned about what FOX says about the administration - and also gave new, high-level......
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