UPDATE 1-Fiat shares fall on Snecma pull-out reports


(Recasts, adds Snecma, Carlyle no comment) By Rachel Sanderson MILAN, March 20 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat was the biggest decliner on the Milan bourse on Thursday, its shares falling as much as five percent on reports that France's Snecma had pulled out of talks to buy its aviation unit Fiat Avio. At 1013 GMT, the industrial group's stock was trading at 6.07 euros, having slumped as low as 5.9 euros at the start of trading. The DJ Stoxx index of European auto shares was up 0.8 percent. ...

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