UPDATE 2-Volvo May truck shipments disappoint, shares fall


(Adds analyst, company, broker comments, share price) By Niklas Pollard and Johannes Hellstrom STOCKHOLM, June 24 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo posted a 15 percent rise in May truck shipments and said component delays had hampered production in its key European market, hitting its shares. Volvo shares fell sharply and were down 5.5 percent to 77 crowns by 1012 GMT as some analysts said the shipment figures were disappointing. Nordic brokerage Carnegie said Volvo's May ...

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