Honda Q4 net jumps on one-off gains

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TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. on Wednesday posted a 133 percent jump in fourth-quarter net profit, helped by a softer yen, brisk overseas sales and accounting one-offs, but projected weaker-than-expected earnings for this year. January-March net profit at Japan's third-biggest auto maker rose to 219.51 billion yen ($1.91 billion), but fell short of a consensus market estimate for 231 billion yen. Quarterly operating profit rose 143 percent to 340.83 billion yen, inflated by ...

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