Renault third-quarter sales fall short of consensus

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PARIS, Oct 26 (Reuters) - French car maker Renault on Wednesday reported 1.04 percent higher third-quarter revenue of 9.542 billion euros ($11.51 billion), falling short of analysts' average forecast for a rise to 9.675 billion. The company, the world's number 10 car maker by vehicle production, with its Renault, Dacia and Samsung brands, said auto sales were up 1.1 percent to 9.076 billion euros, against expectations of a figure of 9.161 billion euros. The turnover performance was made ...

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