(Reuters) – Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group (HK:) reported a more than two-fold jump in quarterly profit on Thursday, beating analysts’ estimates.
Lenovo’s profit in the quarter ended June rose to $162 million (£134.4 million), compared with an average estimate of $154 million by 9 analysts, according to Refinitiv data.
Revenue rose 5% to $12.51 billion, in line with the average estimate of $12.57 billion by 13 analysts.
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