Market Stability Increased Even though Conditions Looked Rough

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Ricky Beggs
Vice President and Managing Editor
Black Book

Increased market stability occurred in spite of factors that would normally hold values back, including many auctions with lower physical attendance, extreme cold temperatures in many parts of the country, and reports indicating late-model vehicles struggling to get sold at any price.

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Car Segments Dipped just -$49 in Past Week:
Entry Mid-Size and Compact Cars continue to trend above overall segment averages.

Truck Values Had Less Decreasing Values for 3rd Straight Week:
Compact Pickups and Mid-Size Pickups demonstrated price increases.

Black Book Editors Saw Largest Percentage of Increases (41%) in Adjustments over Last 4 Weeks:
Tide may have started to turn as many vehicles were more stable on the market during this past week.

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