MILAN, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Italian industrial group Fiat said on Thursday its key automotive division made a profit for the fourth consecutive quarter, in line with analysts' expectations. Fiat said in a statement that the Fiat Auto division, whose brands include Lancia and Alfa Romeo, had a trading profit of 51 million euros for the third quarter against a loss of 85 million euros for the same period last year. However, at the group level, which includes Iveco truck maker and farm ...
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