GM shares fall amid rumors of accounting problems


DETROIT, June 27 (Reuters) - Shares of General Motors Corp. were briefly halted on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday and fell after trade resumed amid unconfirmed market rumors of accounting irregularities at the world's largest automaker. A GM spokesman had no immediate comment on the rumors. GM shares down $1.08 to $52.00 or about 2 percent, in midday trade. The shares hit a low of $51.50 earlier on Thursday. "GM is down on vague accounting rumors flying around today," said Brian ...

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