STOCKHOLM, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Swedish engineering group Trelleborg posted slightly higher-than-expected third-quarter core earnings on Wednesday and said full-year earnings in 2005 would be in line with last year. Pretax profit for continuing operations rose to 392 million Swedish crowns ($49.1 million) from 311 million a year ago, coming in above the average forecast of 374 million seen in a Reuters survey of nine analysts. Trelleborg, which makes car components and tyres and supplies ...
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