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2 Automotive Retailer Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally by 35% or More By StockNews


© Reuters 2 Automotive Retailer Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally by 35% or More

Because a global semiconductor chip shortage continues to negatively affect automobile production, the demand for used cars has increased as people seek to avoid public transport amid rising COVID-19 cases. Hence, Wall Street analysts expect auto retailers KAR Auction Services (KAR) and Cars.com (CARS) to rally by more than 35% in the near term. Read on for details.A global semiconductor chip shortage continues to pose supply challenges for new cars, which is driving up the prices of the used cars. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, used car and truck prices have increased 45.2% over the last 12 months, while car and truck rental costs have skyrocketed 87.7%.

With the resurgence of COVID-19 cases due to the rapid spread of its Delta variant, people are expected to continue using private cars rather than public

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Altamont Capital Acquires Upscale Fashion Retailer Intermix

Carbon38 was based in 2011 and caters to ladies in search of stylish exercise clothes. The website mainly presents high-fashion apparel similar to leggings, workout tops and sports bras, and sells objects from varied designers multi function place. Macy’s is one other department store that provides a variety of items online.

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Retailer will take old baby seat in exchange for discount on new one

FILE – 4moms products on display during the 4moms Car Seat launch event at Petersen Automotive Museum on Aug. 4, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

Calling all parents: Target is holding a baby car seat trade-in event through April 17.

The retail chain will allow customers to trade in an older car seat in exchange for 20% off of a “new car seat, car seat base, travel system, stroller or select baby home gear. Select baby home gear includes playards, high chairs, swings, rockers & bouncers,” according to the store’s website.

Trade-ins will be allowed for the following items:

  • Infant car seats
  • Convertible car seats
  • Car seat bases
  • Harness or booster car seats
  • Car seats that are expired or damaged

Qualified items can only be traded in at Target store locations. Designated signage will point guests to drop-off boxes which will be located near guest services inside all stores.

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