From the monthly archives: May, 2018

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Retail Pricing Stays Strong as Market Absorbs Supply

April was another month with stable pricing. Retail sales volume was lower than expected, and the predicted increase in trades has not yet come to pass...

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Sales Volume Dipped in April

The average number of used trucks retailed at each of our reporting dealerships dropped unexpectedly in April, coming in at 4.9 per rooftop...

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What's Driving the Price of Diesel?

Those who have sat through one of my presentations in the past few years have heard me say, “Fracking was a game changer, and there’s no reason why diesel should be back to $4.00 a gallon anytime soon.” The $4.00 figure is still a long way off, but we have passed the $3.00 level...

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