Peugeot says sticks to profit targets


PARIS, April 29 (Reuters) - French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen confirmed its full-year profit outlook on Thursday, saying it was too soon to raise forecasts despite a stronger than expected first quarter. "We fully confirm our guidance -- it is too early to change our view due to some grey elements," Chief Financial Officer Yann Delabriere told a conference call. PSA is aiming to keep its operating margin stable at around four percent this year. The company also said it had bought ...

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