(Adds earnings details, analyst comments) CHICAGO, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Diesel engine maker Cummins Inc. said on Tuesday quarterly earnings declined from a year ago, when a surge in demand for truck engines ahead of new federal emissions standards buoyed results. Earnings were weaker than the analysts' consensus estimate, and Cummins said it expected its 2003 earnings to be at the lower end of its previous forecast. Automotive market revenue declined 15 percent from a year ago, Cummins ...
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