(Adds valuation data, updates share price) By Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM, April 25 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo AB posted a surprise 19 percent jump in quarterly pretax earnings on Tuesday as customers stocked up with new vehicles ahead of tougher U.S. and European Union engine emission rules. The news sent shares in the Sweden-based firm up sharply and lifted the stocks of sector peers across Europe. Volvo's first-quarter pretax profit rose to 5.47 billion crowns ...
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