Automaker Loans Follow Market, Not Merger Buzz

Auto loans followed the gyrations of the market closely last week despite the Oct. 12 blockbuster news of merger talks between General Motors and Chrysler.

  • 17 Oct 2008
Auto loans followed the gyrations of the market closely last week despite the Oct. 12 blockbuster news of merger talks between General Motors and Chrysler. GM traded as high as 47-49 Tuesday, up from 43-44 Oct. 10, before losing a couple of points with the market Wednesday. Chrysler's ...

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