Welcome to Scania’s press and web conference for the presentation of the results for the second quarter of 2010. And we are happy to announce a record quarter with the highest operating margin as a listed company. And the explanations to this you will get from Leif Östling and Jan Ytterberg and as usual, Jan you are first on the stage, please. Jan Ytterberg Thank you, Eric. As Eric said, the second quarter 2010 marked a new record for Scania as a listed company as regards to operating margin. The margin was 17% in the quarter slightly over the 16.9%, we showed in the second quarter 2008. The second quarter 2009 marked an all time low for Scania in modern time with an operating margin of just 0.1%. At that time, I used the metaphor over (inaudible) or in Swedish (inaudible) to describe the situation we were in and we are now on the other side of the ship at the surface, but still in the cold water, as the uncertainty regarding the development of the macro economy still is high especially as regards Europe. The need to focus financial discipline and flexibility is as high as before. The outstanding figures we can show for the first half here are very much related to Latin America or more clearly Brazil. The Brazilian market is booming, the deliveries are record high as we are taking market share. And the Brazilian Real is strong, which is very positive currency wise for us.