(Adds background and share price) TOKYO, July 29 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co, Japan's second-largest automaker, posted record first quarter operating profits on Monday, fuelled by brisk U.S. sales of light trucks, but it described the recent rise in the yen as worrisome. Consolidated operating income rose 12.8 percent to 170.82 billion yen ($1.44 billion) from a year earlier -- the low end of analysts' forecasts which ranged from 172 billion to 207 billion yen -- on a 10 percent rise in ...
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