UPDATE 1-Goldman keeps attractive view on European autos

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Nov 30 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs maintained its "attractive" view on the European automotive sector and raised its price targets on some stocks, saying it expects the sector to continue to outperform driven by potential earnings surprises in 2010. Goldman expects earnings surprises from sources such as structural cost savings, a potential rise in sector consolidation and improved financial leverage. Goldman revised its ratings and price targets on several European auto companies and ...

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