MILAN, July 24 (Reuters) - Shares in struggling Italian industrial group Fiat fell to a new 10-year low on Wednesday, with traders saying general market fear was battering a stock already a focus for nervousness. Fiat stock was suspended limit-down for about 35 minutes on the Milan stock exchange, having fallen more than the maximum 10 percent allwed by the Italian bourse. Soon after it reopened at 1322 GMT, the stock fell as low as 10.20 euros, its lowest level since September 1992. At ...
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