STOCKHOLM, April 23 (Reuters) - Shares in Swedish AB Volvo climbed 4.6 percent as trading started on Stockholm Stock Exchange on Friday after the company reported stronger than expected first-quarter profits. At 0733 GMT Volvo traded 4.5 percent higher at 270 crowns. Double click on [nL23370818] for more on the Volvo Q1 report.
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