Rheinmetall 2004 EBIT gain lags poll average


FRANKFURT, March 22 (Reuters) - German automotive and defence group Rheinmetall's 2004 earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) increased to 217 million euros ($286.6 million) from 204 million, it said on Monday, lagging a consensus estimate of 224 million in a Reuters poll. The company, which builds the "Fox" military reconnaissance vehicle and parts of the "Leopard" battle tank," also proposed raising its dividend and said shareholders would vote on converting all its non-voting ...

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