(Adds analyst quotes, updates share) By Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM, April 26 (Reuters) - First quarter earnings from number four European truck maker Scania outstripped expectations on Wednesday, but it said order bookings could slow after a buying spree ahead of new engine pollution rules. Its shares, which rose sharply in the wake of domestic rival Volvo's bullish earnings report on Tuesday, fell back more than one percent. Pretax earnings rose to 2.11 billion Swedish crowns ($280.9 ...
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