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AAR rises 11% on higher preliminary profit

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The aircraft parts supplier rose the most in almost two months after preliminary first-quarter profit that beat estimates. The company estimated earnings per share of 42 cents to 45 cents in the period. Analysts had anticipated profit of 32 cents. The company will release official quarterly results after the market closes on Sept. 19, a spokesman said.

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