Feb 26 (Reuters) - Earnings per share (EPS) estimates for 2009 for companies in Germany's DAX index have fallen by 29 percent on average in the past four months. Many analysts and fund managers, who themselves expect a steep fall in corporate profits due to the global economic crisis, have long argued that consensus estimates are too high, especially for European companies. Below are the current 2009 EPS consensus estimates for a sample of DAX companies, based on the Reuters Estimates ...
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