Tuesday, Sept. 6

Sales of domestically made cars and light trucks likely rose to an annual rate of 11.9 million in August, after falling 5.7% in July, to an annual rate of 11.6 million. That's the median forecast of economists surveyed by MMS International, a division of McGraw-Hill Inc. The July drop reflected low inventories of popular models as well as the slowdown in consumer spending.

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