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Rising factory output led to strong U.S. sales at the end of last year, pushing General Motors’ fourth-quarter net income up 16% over the same period a year ago.
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TAG: Correspondent Jeremy House reporting. GM and other automakers had trouble keeping factories running at full output during 2022.
VERBATIM: The Detroit automaker says it made $1.99 billion from October through December, or an adjusted $2.12 per share. That number beat Wall Street estimates. Quarterly revenue rose 28% to $43.1 billion, also beating estimates of $39.96 billion. The performance came against the backdrop of a slowing economy due to interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve.
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Former President Donald Trump kicked off his 2024 White House bid with a stop Saturday in New Hampshire before heading to South Carolina, appearances in early-voting states marking the first campaign events since announcing his latest run more than two months ago.
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