EARNINGS POLL-Scania Q4 pretax profit seen down 35 pct


* Scania Q4 results * Due at around 0900 GMT on Feb 3 * Pretax profit seen at 2.36 bln Swedish crowns Jan 28 (Reuters) - Following is a table of forecasts for Swedish truckmaker Scania's fourth-quarter results, according to a poll of 14 analysts. (All figures in millions of crowns except earnings per share and dividend per share, which are in crowns) Q4 Mean Median High Low No. Yr ago Net sales 22,331 22,121 24,463 19,123 14 24,539 Net sales - trucks 14,460 14,812 15,687 13,434 7 ...

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