Sept 23 (Reuters) - Ordinary shares in Volkswagen rose as much as 4.7 percent on Friday to trade at 52.53 euros, a level not seen since June 18, 2002, with traders scrambling for a reason. Earlier in the session, they had fallen as much as 2.6 percent to 48.85 euros following a CSFB downgrade that encouraged profit taking. Speculation has spread this week that U.S. financier Kirk Kerkorian or Middle East investors had been building stakes in VW, but this has not been confirmed. Below ...
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