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GM Says U.S. Auto Demand Returning as Earnings Improve

GM Says U.S. Auto Demand Returning as Earnings Improve

General Motors Co. saw U.S. auto sales improve sequentially each month in the July-to-September period, a sign of returning American demand, the compa

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General Motors Co. saw U.S. auto sales improve sequentially each month in the July-to-September period, a sign of returning American demand, the company said Thursday.

Revenue was $35.48 billion, compared with $35.47 billion in last year’s third quarter. Analysts were expecting revenue of $35.43 billion.

Shares rose 5.85% in premarket trading.

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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