Auto workers officially went on strike after failing to reach a new contract agreement with Big Three automakers Ford (F), General Motors (GM), and Stellantis (STLA), before the Thursday deadline.The United Auto Workers union conducted a stand-up style strike, simultaneously picketing at three different plants: General Motors' Wentzville, Missouri facility; Ford's Michigan Final Assembly & Paint Plant; and the Stellantis Assembly Plant in Toledo, Ohio. Approximately 13,000 workers are reportedly taking part in this strike that analysts predict could go on for over a month.Yahoo Finance's Pras Subramanian and Rick Newman discuss how this strike could impact the automotive industry, dynamics among non-unionized auto workers, and its potential effects on auto parts suppliers and used car retailers.
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