Suppliers reporting third quarter results say higher car and truck build rates and increased North American sales led to better profit performances in the period. And some parts makers are raising their earnings guidance for the year on similar expectations. American Axle & Mfg. Holdings Inc. says its third quarter and full year results will be ahead of current consensus estimates. AAM expects earnings to rise 37% in the third quarter to $0.63 a share and jump 35% to $3.20 for the full ...
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