(incorporates separate stories, adds Ferrari boss, details) By William Schomberg MILAN, June 28 (Reuters) - Leading Italian banks on Friday shunned a plan by Mediobanca to buy a stake in Ferrari from struggling Fiat after the investment bank torpedoed their planned share offering for the legendary sportscar maker. Mediobanca , once the centre of deal-making in Italy, seemed to have recovered some of its lost clout on Thursday when it reached agreement with Fiat to buy a 34 percent ...
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