Fiat SpA shares rose following news its automotive arm had reached an agreement with creditor banks to refinance some debt, saving Fiat from being downgraded to "junk" credit rating status. Three main creditor banks will dole out €3 billion ($2.8 million) in loans to beleaguered Fiat Auto SpA, which is trying to keep majority control of the company in the hands of the founding Agnelli family. The family owns a third of Fiat Auto shares, but indicates it may be willing to give up strategic ...

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