It was only the first day, but stock in Delphi Automotive Systems held its value on Wall Street Friday, as the company completed its split from parent General Motors Corp. Delphi shares were trading late Friday at about $20 apiece on the New York Stock Exchange, up from the initial $17 when 100 million Delphi shares first were offered to the public in February. GM completed the separation Friday by releasing its 452 million Delphi shares to GM stockholders, who got almost seven Delphi ...

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