Auto suppliers appear to be recovering from the recent industry downturn, as several raise first quarter 2002 and full-year 2002 earnings estimates following increased vehicle production in the first quarter. Visteon Corp. says it expects to break even for January-March, in line with analysts’ expectations. Visteon’s full-year net income is forecast at breakeven to $50 million, based on current volume estimates. However, both estimates exclude pre-tax restructuring charges previously ...
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