INSTANT VIEW 2-Volkswagen posts solid Q1 results


FRANKFURT, April 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , Europe's largest carmaker, posted first-quarter operating profit and sales that beat forecasts and said on Wednesday it expected revenues and earnings to rise this year. [ID:nLDE73Q0RH] Following are analyst comments: TIM SCHULDT, ANALYST AT EQUINET: "At first glance, the numbers look solid, but particularly sales clearly came in higher than expected. This indicates a positive development regarding the mix of products and prices." ALBRECHT ...

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