UPDATE 3-ThyssenKrupp profits boosted by steel upturn


(Adds U.S. tariff exemption, analyst quote, updates shares) By Madeline Chambers FRANKFURT, Aug 22 (Reuters) - German steel and engineering group ThyssenKrupp AG beat expectations with its third-quarter results on Thursday and stuck to its full-year profit forecast on the back of improved steel demand, pushing its shares higher. The world's number four producer of flat carbon steel reported a 27 percent fall in pretax profit to 316 million euros ($308 million) in the three months to ...

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