Chrysler said auto sales jumped 17% in May, beating expectations for a 14% increase.

Throughout the day, the big automakers will announce their May U.S. sales figures.

Analysts estimate the pace of sales increased to an annualized pace of 16.1 million in May from 15.98 million in April.

"Industry surveys point to a modest gain in overall motor vehicle sales in May after they pulled back 2% in April to a 16.0 million unit annual rate following a 7% surge in March to a seven-year high of 16.3 million," said Morgan Stanley's Ted Wieseman. "Retail sales appear to be on pace for a stronger gain to the best pace of the year, partly offset by lower fleet sales."

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Here's our running tally:

Chrysler: +17% (+14% Estmated)

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