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Cox Automotive Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke shares insight from the latest Dealer Sentiment Index

The Cox Automotive Dealer Sentiment Index for the first quarter of 2021 was recently published, showcasing how dealers feel about the current state of...

Experian report highlights intriguing Q4 2020 automotive financing data

2020 shook up many expectations regarding automotive sales and affordability. With consumers facing job losses due to the pandemic, much felt up in the...

Third round of stimulus checks nears Congressional approval

On Saturday, the House narrowly passed a $1.9-trillion-dollar pandemic relief and stimulus package that could see payments sent to American households in March. The...

Temporary change in PPP loans provides funding to small businesses only

On Monday, President Biden’s administration announced a temporary change to the Paycheck Protection Program that restricts the size of the company applying for a...

Tesla buys $1.5 billion in Bitcoin, will sell cars for cryptocurrency

On Monday, Tesla announced a purchase of around $1.5 billion USD in Bitcoin, the world’s most well-known cryptocurrency. A filing with the Securities and...

Kerrigan Index report reveals record-breaking stock valuations amid shaky economy

The COVID-19 pandemic rattled the American economy, and its impacts are still being felt in almost every sector. In 2020, many feared that the...

Impact of President Biden’s first executive actions on auto industry

Swearing in a new president usually means immediate executive actions, and this week’s inauguration of Joe Biden was no different. He got off to...

Stellantis shows positive results on first day of trading

As stock markets opened on Monday, Jan 18, Stellantis Chairman John Elkann rang the opening bell for Milan and Paris exchanges. In a prerecorded video, he said, “Stellantis represents...
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