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Factbox: Merged Fiat Chrysler group to list in New York, Milan

MILAN (Reuters) - Italian car maker Fiat <FIA.MI> on Wednesday detailed plans to merge with its U.S. unit Chrysler to create the world's seventh-largest automaker after securing full control of the Detroit-based group earlier this year. Fiat struck a $4.35 billion deal, announced on January 1, to gain full control of Chrysler after more than a year of talks. - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCA) will be the parent company of the new group and will be registered in the Netherlands.

Fiat changes name, disappoints with profits

Italian car giant Fiat announced on Wednesday it was changing its name after completing the purchase of US automaker Chrysler to "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles", but posted disappointing 2013 results. Fiat chairman John Elkann said the name change heralded "a new chapter". "A journey that started over a decade ago, as Fiat sought to ensure its place in an increasingly complex marketplace, has brought together two organisations each with a great history in the automotive industry and different but complementary geographic strengths," he said.

Fiat changes name, disappoints with profits

Italian car giant Fiat announced on Wednesday it was changing its name after completing the purchase of US automaker Chrysler to "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles", but posted disappointing 2013 results. Fiat chairman John Elkann said the name change heralded "a new chapter". "A journey that started over a decade ago, as Fiat sought to ensure its place in an increasingly complex marketplace, has brought together two organisations each with a great history in the automotive industry and different but complementary geographic strengths," he said.

Chrysler CEO seeks U.S. listing for merged group as of October 1

MILAN (Reuters) - The CEO of Fiat-Chrysler said on Wednesday he would like to complete the listing of the newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the United States as of October 1, but acknowledged it may be tough to do so. "It's a relatively large undertaking," Sergio Marchionne said in a conference call with analysts. (Reporting by Agnieszka Flak, writing by Stephen Jewkes)

Chrysler CEO seeks U.S. listing for merged group as of October 1

MILAN (Reuters) - The CEO of Fiat-Chrysler said on Wednesday he would like to complete the listing of the newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the United States as of October 1, but acknowledged it may be tough to do so. "It's a relatively large undertaking," Sergio Marchionne said in a conference call with analysts. (Reporting by Agnieszka Flak, writing by Stephen Jewkes)

Chrysler Group sees 11 percent rise in 2014 revenue to $80 billion

DETROIT (Reuters) - Chrysler Group LLC, which is owned by Fiat SpA <FIA.MI>, on Wednesday said its revenue would rise 11 percent to about $80 billion in 2014. The American automaker that went through bankruptcy in 2009 and came out managed by Fiat, is now fully owned by the Italian company, which reported fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday below expectations of analysts.

Fiat changes name to 'Fiat Chrysler Automobiles'

Italian car giant Fiat on Wednesday announced it was changing its name after completing the purchase of US automaker Chrysler to "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles" and would list its shares in New York and Milan. "In order to establish a true peer to the major global automotive groups, in both scale and capital market appeal, the Board has decided to establish Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., organized in the Netherlands, as the parent company of the Group," the group said in a statement. ahe/ide/hd

Fiat changes name to 'Fiat Chrysler Automobiles'

Italian car giant Fiat on Wednesday announced it was changing its name after completing the purchase of US automaker Chrysler to "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles" and would list its shares in New York and Milan. "In order to establish a true peer to the major global automotive groups, in both scale and capital market appeal, the Board has decided to establish Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., organized in the Netherlands, as the parent company of the Group," the group said in a statement. ahe/ide/hd

Fiat changes name, disappoints with profits

Italian car giant Fiat announced Wednesday it was changing its name after completing the purchase of US automaker Chrysler to "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles" and would list its shares in New York and Milan. "In order to establish a true peer to the major global automotive groups, in both scale and capital market appeal, the Board has decided to establish Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., organized in the Netherlands, as the parent company of the Group," the group said in a statement. Fiat chairman John Elkann said the name change heralded "a new chapter".

Fiat disappoints with profits, waives dividends

Italian car giant Fiat on Wednesday reported 2013 results which were below analysts expectations and said it would be waiving dividends, causing shares in the group to plummet. The carmaker reported a trading profit of 931 million euros ($1.27 billion) for the fourth quarter of 2013, less than the 1.5 billion euros forecast by analysts. The Turin-based company also cut its 2014 forecast more than expected, to between 3.6 to 4.0 billion euros -- down from a previous estimate of up to 5.2 billion euros.
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