(Adds share price milestone) By Niklas Pollard and Johannes Hellstrom STOCKHOLM, July 25 (Reuters) - World number-two truckmaker Volvo AB posted an unexpected fall in second-quarter profit and forecast more weakness in its U.S. market, sparking its biggest one-day share slump in more than nine years. Its pretax profit fell to 5.97 billion crowns ($898 million) from 6.46 billion a year ago. That compared with a mean forecast of 6.62 billion in a Reuters poll of 14 analysts. "I think ...
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