Fiat bond reports are "rumours" - CEO


VENICE, Italy, June 26 (Reuters) - Reports that Fiat might launch a bond are "rumours," the Italian car maker's chief executive, Sergio Marchionne, told reporters on the sidelines of an event on Friday. "We will announce it when we announce it," Marchionne said. He added that he had heard talks on the sale of General Motors Corp unit Opel to Canadian car parts maker Magna International Inc were "not going very well," adding, "We have confirmed our interest." Fiat lost out to Magna last ...

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