From the monthly archives: November, 2012

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Mid-Month Update: Used Prices Remain Essentially Unchanged

Wholesale used vehicle prices over the first two weeks of November were noticeably stronger than what is normally seen for the period as prices remained essentially unchanged from October’s levels.  From July through September, monthly depreciation averaged just 2.0%, and October’s fall of 2.3% was decidedly better than the month’s 3-to-4% historical average.  November appears set to improve upon this trend as wholesale prices have fallen by a barely noticeable 0.1% compared to October, which is a significant improvement over the 2-to-3% average fall for the month. Prior to Hurric ...

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Hurricane Sandy Assessment

The East Coast is still dealing with – and trying to assess the damage from – “Superstorm Sandy”, the historically destructive hurricane/nor’easter that hammered Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states a little over a week ago. By now, most of us are well-versed in the immediate devastation imposed by Sandy; at least 110 Americans perished, over 8 million were left without power and massive flooding led to the heart-breaking destruction of perhaps hundreds of homes residing in low-lying areas.  The human cost associated with Sandy and its emotional impact on the lives’ of those who lo ...

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