Hewlett-Packard has topped market expectations by showing a fourth-quarter profit of $806 million (#482 million). The upward kick at the end of the company's financial year was attributed to a pickup in the PC market. Despite the result, HP is warning that it is already feeling the drag caused by the weakened Asian and Latin American markets and that growth may slow over the next year.
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