SEOUL, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co. , South Korea's top auto maker, reported a 63 percent jump in quarterly profit, helped by brisk sales of premium models, along with contributions from financial affiliates and overseas units. Hyundai, which controls half the home market, said on Thursday net profit rose to 656.7 billion won ($678.2 million) in October-December from 402.3 billion won a year ago. The result beat a consensus forecast of 641.9 billion won in a Reuters poll of seven ...
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