UPDATE 1-BorgWarner raises outlook after quarterly beat


* Q1 EPS ex-items 65 cents vs Wall St view 41 cents * Raises 2010 EPS expectation by 50 pct to $2.20 to $2.50 * Sees 2010 revenue growth of as much as 32 percent DETROIT, April 29 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker BorgWarner Inc raised its 2010 earnings outlook after posting a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit, propelled by improving industry production and rising demand for fuel-saving components such as turbochargers. BorgWarner reported net income of $76.2 million for the first ...

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