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Bank of America thinks the U.S. automobile sector could be set to kick into a higher gear even...

Bank of America thinks the U.S. automobile sector could be set to kick into a higher gear even after posting a solid 13.4% gain in sales last year. Analysts with the firm lean on the demand issue of an aging U.S. fleet in making their bullish call, noting consumer buying to replace high-mileage vehicles should stay strong until 2018 before softening.
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  • The economy will grow if the Conservatives in Congress will stop hindering job growth.
    13 Feb 2013, 02:21 PM Reply Like
  • Government spending inhibits job growth. The government takes someones money who may have hired someone else, keeps as much as they can for themselves, then reward their cronies with what's left...through welfare or government contracts. It is that simple.
    13 Feb 2013, 08:09 PM Reply Like
  • Please look at http://tinyurl.com/atc...
    14 Feb 2013, 03:50 AM Reply Like
  • Talking point of the ultra-right. Please look at http://tinyurl.com/atc...
    14 Feb 2013, 03:50 AM Reply Like
  • You should read your own links. I read your artical, and here is his bottom line...quote "Laffer rightly claimed that “Mr. Obama keeps saying that if only Congress would pass his second stimulus plan, unemployment would finally start to fall. That's an expensive leap of faith with no evidence to confirm it.” Indeed, there is much available evidence now to the contrary, particularly if that stimulus involves taking on additional debt."

     

    So, he is saying just what I said, Government spending inhibits job growth. Liberals (such as you) do 'surface' analysis, without putting any real thought into the situation, as you have demonstrated here.
    14 Feb 2013, 10:10 AM Reply Like
  • As sad as it may seem, I have to agree with you. It looks like a certain group just cannot come to terms with the fact that the economy is improving. I am long F.
    13 Feb 2013, 04:56 PM Reply Like
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