Lots of consumers said “No thanks” to buying a car in 2022
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Consumers seemingly couldn’t buy enough cars during the peak of the pandemic, but recent data shows that the auto industry saw widespread declines in vehicle sales last year. We delve into what drove the decline and what car sellers are doing to adjust. Lower vehicle sales also contributed to an overall decline in retail sales in December — a good sign for investors, says Susan Schmidt. But that may not be the case for others — we checked in with a number of small businesses to see how they’re faring. And, the BBC’s Ruth Alexander reports on the global rise in egg prices.
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