(Adds fund manager comments, context) By Sarah Knight FRANKFURT, July 24 (Reuters) - German electronics and engineering group Siemens AG said on Wednesday it expected fourth-quarter earnings to decline from the previous quarter after weaker demand in its major markets depressed orders. Its shares dropped after the German giant reported a 20 percent fall in orders for the fiscal third quarter to end-June. Orders were particularly hurt by a 51 percent slump at its previously booming ...
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