UPDATE 5-Ally files for IPO, readies for Treasury sell-down

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* Filed for nominal sum, could raise about $5 bln-source * Citi, Goldman, JPMorgan, M. Stanley lead underwriters * Number of shares, price range not specified in filing * U.S. Treasury owns a 73.8 percent stake in Ally * Ally, formerly known as GMAC, bailed out for $17.2 bln (Rewrites throughout; adds financials, byline) By Alina Selyukh and Glenn Somerville NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - Ally Financial has filed to offer shares to the public in a first step for the ...

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