UPDATE 5-Visteon shares fall on worse-than-expected loss


(Updates share price) By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker Visteon Corp. on Friday said its third-quarter net loss tripled over the same period a year ago, as production fell at largest customer Ford Motor Co. and a new union contract raised costs. The loss was worse than Wall Street analysts had expected, sending Visteon's stock down about 4 percent. It was the fifth straight quarter that Visteon reported a net loss, highlighting the pressure large auto ...

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