Nissan posts surprise Q2 core profit rise

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TOKYO, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co posted a surprise 12 percent gain in quarterly operating profit on Friday as a pickup in its global car sales overcame rising commodity prices, and it kept its full-year forecasts unchanged. July-September operating profit at the Japan's third-largest automaker, controlled by Renault SA , was 218.7 billion yen ($1.92 billion), beating an average estimate of 183.5 billion yen in a survey of four brokerages by Reuters Estimates. Net profit slid ...

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