ESA Car Keys | Has the US auto market finally reached a pinnacle and begun to plateau or decline? Here are three questions that were answered with March’s decline in the market.
ESA Great Graphs | The quick math of February’s “icy” housing market: Continued upward pricing momentum + “unshakably” low inventory levels = soft U.S. existing-home sales.
ESA Car Keys | February 2016’s auto market kept pace with a 17.4M SAAR on the strength of truck, CUV and SUV sales. Ford registered a year-over-year increase of nearly 20%.
ESA Great Graphs | Existing-Home Sales continued trending upward in January, while average prices notched their 47th consecutive monthly year-over-year increase.
ESA Great Graphs | What the inventory-to-sales ratio means for local retailers, and how it’s an indicator of the clicks vs. bricks share of consumer spending.
ESA Car Keys | Not even the Blizzard of 2016 could stop the US auto market from posting another solid month in January.
ESA Great Graphs | US Existing-Home Sales finished 2015 with a bang, making it the strongest year of EHS since 2006. All regions of the US were up significantly, and median prices rose for the 46th consecutive month.
ESA Car Keys | With a solid December performance, the US auto market finished 2015 with the highest full-year auto volume ever at 17.47M units, surpassing a 15-year record from 2000.
ESA Car Keys | November marks third straight month of 18M+ automotive sales pace; 2015 on target to set all-time annual volume record (17.35M units in 2000).
Great Graphs | October Existing Home Sales delivered the 13th consecutive year-over-year gain in volume, and prices were up. The EHS SAAR of 5.36M did cool off a bit from September’s 5.55M.