Fiat-Chrysler: What's Next

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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles details its five-year, global strategy for Jeep, the next step for Alfa Romeo and a plan to solidify the Fiat brand’s position in Europe. It also provides a market-by-market outlook for the next five years, as well as details of its product plans and vehicle architecture and powertrain strategies.

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    UPDATE 2-Fiat Chrysler shares extend losses after CEO's consolidation call  

    (Adds details, Ford comments, analysts, updates shares) By Agnieszka Flak MILAN, April 30 (Reuters) - Milan-listed shares in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) fell to a 10-week low on Thursday, a day after its chief executive called for large-scale industry consolidation. Sergio Marchionne on Wednesday renewed his plea for shrinking the number of players in the global auto sector to sustain the heavy capital investments needed to meet demands for cleaner, safer vehicles....More
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    Marchionne:FCA Likely to Retain 90% of Ferrari in IPO  

    The likely 10% limit on FCA's sale of Ferrari shares marks a switch from a month ago, when CEO Sergio Marchionne said the automaker might sell more than 10% to improve the shares' liquidity....More
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    CEO Marchionne Says FCA Could Shed More Than 10% of Ferrari  

    The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chief cites high demand for Ferraris in the automaker's deliberations over how big a stake in the luxury brand it should sell in a planned initial public offering....More
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    Marchionne Dismisses FCA-VW Partnership  

    The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO says at the Geneva Auto Show he has an ideal partner in mind, but doesn't elaborate beyond saying it isn't Volkswagen....More
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    FCA Expanding Scope of Chinese Joint Venture  

    Fiat Chrysler, which already has reached a deal with Guangzhou Automobile to manufacture Jeep-brand SUVs for the Chinese market, says the automakers now will collaborate on product planning, aftersales, marketing and sales....More
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    CORRECTED-Fiat Chrysler says to spin off Ferrari, list 10 pct stake  

    (Corrects to show that 80 pct of Ferrari shares will be distributed among FCA shareholders) MILAN, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler said on Wednesday it would spin off luxury carmaker Ferrari and list a 10 percent stake on the market as it seeks to raise funding for its ambitious 48-billion euro ($61 billion) growth plan....More
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