Fiat Q3 trading profit beats forecasts; no new targets


MILAN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Italian automaker Fiat's third-quarter trading profit beat forecasts on Tuesday as a jump in sales at its U.S. arm Chrysler offset a growing loss in Europe, where the car market weakened further. Fiat said its trading profit rose to 951 million euros ($1.23 billion), above analysts' forecast of 910 million euros. Net debt was 6.7 billion against a consensus forecast of 6.5 billion euros. Its trading loss in Europe was 238 million ...

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