Fiat shares fall more than 5 pct after results


MILAN, July 31 (Reuters) - Shares in Fiat were briefly suspended from trading on Tuesday and were down more than 5 percent, with the market focusing on flat profit margins at its U.S. unit Chrysler despite growing volumes. Excluding Chrysler, Fiat said it posted a 246 million euro loss for the second quarter -- underlining yet again how tables have turned since Fiat acted as a rescuer to Chrysler after the U.S. company's 2009 bankruptcy. (Reporting by Francesca Landini) ...

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