UPDATE 1-UAW to sell Ford stock warrants to fund VEBA trust

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* United Auto Workers to sell 362 mln Ford stock warrants * Ford to prepay $3 bln of revolving debt in April * Ford shares down 1.4 pct DETROIT, March 29 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Monday that the United Auto Workers planned to sell the 362 million warrants for the company's stock that the union received to help fund its retiree healthcare trust. Ford also said in a prospectus for the sale of the warrants that it would prepay $3 billion of revolving debt in April due to the ...

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