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Daniel Ruiz is an expert analyst in the retail automotive sector and he details the perfect storm for used car prices, which are the foundation for the auto sector. Record leases and huge inventories cloud the industry, while sub-prime auto delinquencies reach dangerous levels. Daniel outlines the crisis building for car makers in this deep dive sector report.

 

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