UPDATE 1-Fiat loss shrinks again in Q3, worse than expected


(Adds details, share movement) By Jane Barrett MILAN, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Fiat narrowed its losses for the second quarter running, results released on Friday showed, but the group and its core car business were still deeper in the red than analysts had expected. Fiat said its third-quarter operating loss shrank to 285 million euros ($333.6 million) from 339 million in the year ago period. Eleven analysts polled by Reuters had forecast an operating loss of 246 million euros. Fiat ...

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