EARNINGS POLL-Rieter 2010 sales seen up 31 pct

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* Swiss car parts and machinery maker reports FY sales * Due Feb 4, 0600 GMT * Rieter sales seen at 2.558 billion Swiss francs ($2.72 billion) ZURICH, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Following is a breakdown of analysts' forecasts for Rieter. The company is due to report sales on Friday, Feb 4. All figures are in million CHF, except EPS and Dividend in CHF. FY2010 Mean Median High Low No Yr ago Change% Orders received 3,031 3,015 3,130 2,950 8 1,935 56.6 Sales 2,558 2,560 2,670 2,440 9 1,956 ...

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