(Adds share reaction, analyst comment) By Patrick McLoughlin STOCKHOLM, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Scania , Europe's third-biggest truck maker, posted a gain in third-quarter pre-tax profit just below expectations on Monday but said demand in its main Western European market could improve next year. Scania posted pre-tax profit of 765 million crowns ($99.4 million), compared with a consensus estimate of 771 million in a Reuters poll of 14 analysts, and with the year-ago figure of 532 million. ...
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