Pickup truck sales indicate economy turning around

High truck sales could mean small businesses are reinvesting.

November 24, 2010
NPR

The pickup truck is the backbone of the U.S. auto industry. Ford's F-series trucks account for about half of the company's profits. This month, sales reached their highest point in five years. Higher truck sales could be an indication small businesses are beginning to reinvest in their companies.

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