UPDATE 1-Asbury sees 2004, 2005 earnings above estimates


(Adds details) DETROIT, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Car retailer Asbury Automotive Group Inc. said Thursday it expects fourth-quarter earnings from continuing operations of 42 cents per share, above analysts' estimates, due to stronger new and used vehicle sales. A strong recovery of Asbury's Florida dealerships after the hurricanes during the third quarter helped fourth-quarter profits, the company said. Analysts had expected Asbury to earn 33 cents per share in the fourth quarter, according ...

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