TOKYO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. posted a 9.2 percent rise in quarterly operating profit on Wednesday as better domestic sales and an accounting change offset currency losses, and it lifted its full-year forecast. Japan's third-biggest car maker said operating profit rose to 172.93 billion yen ($1.62 billion) in the second quarter to Sept. 30 from a revised 158.43 billion yen a year earlier, beating a consensus estimate of 155.1 billion yen from 11 brokerages. Honda, also the ...
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