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PACCAR Inc Sells Fewer Trucks, but Grows Market Share in Third Quarter

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In other words, PACCAR is often best measured in terms of its performance in relation to the overall truck market (pretty good based on its market share gains), as well as its historical profitability (also strong, when adjusted for the one-time EU settlement impact).

Bottom line: PACCAR's results this year may seem middling at best, compared to 2015. But from a historical perspective, the company has executed quite well given the market conditions.

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