(Adds analyst quotes, updates share) By Tarmo Virki HELSINKI, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Department store group Stockmann has split up and sold its car retail unit for 70 million euros ($84.6 million) to several Finnish companies, the Finnish firm said on Friday. Stockmann shares rose 4.2 percent higher to 34.40 euros, outperforming a slightly firmer Helsinki bourse . The firm said the capital gain from the divestment will boost first-quarter earnings, and free up capital to expand ...
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