Revving Up at the Detroit Auto Show

The NAIAS may give a short-term boost to stocks and produce some alliances, but S&P's outlook remains negative for the home team

The 2007 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) kicks off in Detroit on Jan. 10 for industry insiders (the media previews started Jan. 7, and the public is allowed in Jan. 13). This annual event, which has taken place since 1907, is one of the most important—not only for potential auto buyers, but also for potential investors in auto stocks, according to S&P Equity Research.

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