Summer 2018 was defined by tariff fears and rising interest rates. In a dramatic turn of events, the Fed lowered the interest rate this past summer, in light of recession concerns. And the industry is still expecting a flow of off-lease vehicles in the lanes that will bring prices down. Find out what all this means for your sector of the auto biz with value experts from J.D. Power, Black Book, Moody’s Analytics, KAR Auction Services, and Kelley Blue Book.
- What lowering interest rates and fluctuating leading trends mean for car sales and auto values
- An update on used supply and residual impacts to come in 2020
- Is the auto industry prepared for an economic downturn?