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Nissan caps buoyant earnings for Japanese auto giants

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Nissan said Monday its nine-month net profit jumped 18.4 percent, capping a buoyant earnings season for Japan's top three automakers thanks to a cheap yen and rising sales in North America and China. 

Nissan says its nine-month net profit jumps 18.4% to $2.68 billion, boosted by a cheap yen and improving demand in the key North American market

Rival Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, last week forecast a record annual profit with nine-month earnings more than doubling to $15 billion, after Japan's number three Honda said its earnings surged almost 40 percent.

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