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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook. Fourth quarter 2017

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The replacement of vehicles damaged or destroyed by recent hurricanes boosted auto sales in September and October. However, after the one-time effect of hurricanes recedes, sales of new vehicles are likely to return to a more modest path due to rising interest rates and lower prices of pre-owned units.

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U.S. | Weekly podcast: autos, employment and income

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Weekly economic update focusing on the major economic indicators to be released the week of August 28, 2017. Special topic: the state of the auto market

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook. August 2017

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Despite supportive economic fundamentals and generous incentives, demand for new vehicles continues to slow down. Consumers continue to show a strong bias towards light-trucks, which reached 63% of total sales in July. The alternative fuel segment continues to expand, a substitution effect is taking place between hybrid-gasoline and increasingly reliable PHEV and BEV.

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U.S. | Weekly podcast: auto sales

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Discussion on the recent auto sales trends and expectations for the coming period

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U.S. | Auto sales: a look under the hood

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Both secular and cyclical factors are behind the current slowdown in auto sales. We expect auto sales to fall below 17 million units in 2017. The decline in demand could prompt a significant adjustment in the auto industry

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U.S. | Weekly podcast: auto and housing industries

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Weekly economic update focusing on the major economic indicators to be released the week of March 20, 2017. Special topic: the U.S. auto industry

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U.S. | Auto industry chartbook (March 2017)

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Solid employment growth, stable gasoline prices and low interest rates contributed to robust vehicle sales through the end of 2016. Demand continues to be biased towards light-trucks and away from cars. Auto lending remains healthy, but this could be impacted by future interest rate hikes.

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U.S. | The road ahead for electric vehicles

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Electric vehicles have become more reliable and attractive due to technological progress and government support. However, prospects for mass adoption are still constrained by technological limitations, charging infrastructure, policy uncertainty and oil prices

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Mexico Regional Sectorial Outlook. Second Half 2016

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The automotive industry in Mexico: domestic sales at their highest level, exports will depend on the international situation. NAFTA promotes greater trade integration and economic complexity. The telecommunications reform begins to show its positive effects

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook

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Vehicle sales remain robust due to solid employment growth, low gasoline prices and low interest rates. Leasing continues to be an increasingly preferred form of financing, especially for luxury vehicles. Potential of tax cuts under new administration should help boost auto sales, but this could be offset by the impact of higher interest rates.

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook

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In July, auto sales reached their highest levels since Oct. 2015. Demand continues to be biased towards light-trucks and away from cars. The recent upward trend in oil and gas prices has eased, which could incentivize more miles driven. Auto lending remains robust; leasing remains an increasingly preferred form of financing, especially for luxury vehicles.

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook

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Although auto sales peaked in late 2015, they continue to be supported by sound economic conditions. Low gasoline prices & efficiency improvements have diverted demand towards light-trucks & away from cars. A record high average vehicle age encourages replacements & supports sales. Leasing remains an increasingly preferred form of financing, especially for luxury vehicles

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U.S. | Auto Dealerships: Destined for Disruption

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Lowering restrictions on direct distribution could benefit consumers and promote innovation. Autonomous cars and over-the-air updates offer safety and convenience gains. Prevalence of ride-sharing services demonstrates shifting perception of purpose of cars. Greater understanding of the connected consumer will give dealers the ability to stay relevant and profitable

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook 4Q15

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Positive outlook in 2016 and 2017 as unemployment, gasoline prices and interests rates remain low. Growth bias towards light trucks due to improving efficiency and low gasoline prices. A record high average vehicle age encourages replacements and support sales. Higher interest rates and fuel prices could slow down the pace of growth after 2017

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Presentation "Chile: Automobile Market Outlook 2015"

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Although automobile sales deteriorated this year, the market looks healthy in a structural view. In the medium term we expect local industry add to the international trend, with a increase in the number of hybrid cars. We forecast a decrease in automobile sales by 8.1% in 2016, with downward bias.

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