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DaimlerChrysler shares, after an upbeat earnings forecast, continued to rebound from 12-month lows. The stock, which traded at nearly $110 per share in January, slid to less than $70 this fall. The company reported record third-quarter revenue for Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge and Jeep, and record unit sales at Mercedes-Benz. Third-quarter net income, adjusted for exceptional items, was $1.6 billion, up 14%, on revenue of $38.6 billion, up 15%. In trading Friday,
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