Volkswagen posts consensus-beating underlying Q2 profit

WOLFSBURG, Germany, Aug 1 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen posted a forecast-beating 23 percent rise in underlying second-quarter operating profit on Wednesday, even as difficulties conforming to a new anti-pollution rules continue to cause a slowdown in passenger car sales. Operating profit before special items rose to 5.58 billion euros, compared with analyst consensus for 4.98 billion in a Reuters poll. The group affirmed its guidance for the full year, ...

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