Fiat SpA continues mired in a financial malaise, as the Italian conglomerate posts wider losses in the second quarter. The company says it lost €464 million ($563 million) during the quarter, a significant increase over the €27 million ($32 million) in red ink posted in the same period a year ago. Overall revenues for the group rose 6% to €12.3 billion ($14.9 billion), with the greatest increase the 10% gain garnered by Fiat’s agricultural and construction equipment unit, CNH. The Iveco ...
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