* Truck demand boosts manufacturers, component suppliers * Oshkosh says military orders key * Rebounding auto demand also a boost * Timken, Kennametal shares rise, Oshkosh slides By Nick Zieminski and James B. Kelleher NEW YORK/CHICAGO, April 29 (Reuters) - Rising demand for trucks, driven by strong U.S. military spending and a recovering global economy, helped several U.S. manufacturers post better-than-expected results on Thursday. Specialty truckmaker Oshkosh Corp and bearings ...
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