NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- When housing was surging into 2013, it provided a much needed boost to the economy. As housing improved, jobs in the field increased, contractors expanded their crews, and consumer confidence grew brighter.The spillover effect was also felt in the auto market, where households finally had enough money to justify a new car and workers were able to buy new trucks for their businesses. As automakers improved on the back of solid housing demand, will a slide in housing be their demise?
Will a Housing Slowdown Hurt Autos?
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