UPDATE 2-Honeywell affirms 2009 earnings outlook


* Sees EPS $3.20-$3.55 * Slightly lowers revenue range to $33.3 bln-$35.1 bln * Shares slip 1.9 pct (Recasts first paragraph, adds background, updates stock action) NEW YORK, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Honeywell International is standing by its 2009 profit forecast despite a "much tougher" macroeconomic environment, the diversified U.S. manufacturer said on Monday. Chief Executive Dave Cote affirmed the company's 2009 earnings forecast of $3.20 to $3.55 per share during a presentation to ...

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