Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Bloomberg: Historically, Declining RV Industry Sales Has Meant Broader Economic Woes

Interesting article implicating that impending downward trends in RV sales might be a sign for broader weakness economy.

"For the past three decades, deliveries of motor homes and travel trailers have dropped before each decline in the U.S. economy, giving the $15 billion industry a reputation as a bellwether. As the U.S. housing slump worsens, gasoline prices rise and consumer confidence wanes, RV sales are forecast to slide this year and next."


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