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Fiat-Chrysler to seek US stock listing, British base

The newly combined Fiat-Chrysler automaker will seek a fiscal domicile in Britain and a stock listing on a New York exchange, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday. Fiat chief executive Sergio Marchionne, who has overseen the company's gradual purchase of Chrysler since 2009, is set to make the proposal to the board next week, people familiar with the plans told the Journal. The Italian automaker completed its acquisition of Chrysler this week in a $4.35-billion transaction after a five-year merger that creates a new global car giant.

Fiat-Chrysler head eyes Hong Kong, New York for listing

Fiat-Chrysler head Sergio Marchionne said on Friday he was looking for financing to boost the newly merged automaking giant in the high-quality market, and that it could list on the Hong Kong or New York stock exchanges. "We will go where the money is," Marchionne told Italy's La Repubblica daily in his first interview since the merger was announced on January 1. He said that New York was "the most liquid" market but that he was "also ready" to go to Hong Kong.

Fiat-Chrysler head eyes Hong Kong, New York for listing

Fiat-Chrysler head Sergio Marchionne said on Friday he was looking for financing to boost the newly merged automaking giant in the high-quality market, and that it could list on the Hong Kong or New York stock exchanges. "We will go where the money is," Marchionne told Italy's La Repubblica daily in his first interview since the merger was announced on January 1. He said that New York was "the most liquid" market but that he was "also ready" to go to Hong Kong.

Fiat's Mirafiori production revamp imminent, say union sources

MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat <FIA.MI> will begin modifying production lines at its Mirafiori plant in northern Italy very soon, union sources said on Tuesday, suggesting the company is making good on its pledge to safeguard car manufacturing in its domestic market.

Fiat shares surge on Chrysler merger

Shares in Fiat soared on Thursday after it announced it would take full control of Chrysler, with optimism for the historic deal's potential outweighing concerns over its cost. Shares in Fiat jumped 16.4 percent by the closing bell in Milan to 6.92 euros in an overall market down 0.20 percent. The complex $3.65-billion (2.66-billion-euro) deal announced on Wednesday paves the way for a full merger that will create a new global auto giant expected to be the seventh biggest in the world.

Fiat shares surge on Chrysler merger

Shares in Fiat soared on Thursday after it announced it would take full control of Chrysler, with optimism for the historic deal's potential outweighing concerns over its cost. Shares in Fiat jumped 16.4 percent by the closing bell in Milan to 6.92 euros in an overall market down 0.20 percent. The complex $3.65-billion (2.66-billion-euro) deal announced on Wednesday paves the way for a full merger that will create a new global auto giant expected to be the seventh biggest in the world.

Fiat shares jump on Chrysler merger deal but worries remain

By Agnieszka Flak MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat shares jumped on Thursday after it struck a $4.35 billion deal to gain full control of Chrysler Group LLC, but doubts remained over whether the Italian carmaker can use the merger to cut losses in Europe. Investors welcomed the deal struck by Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne under which Fiat will buy the 41.46 percent of the No. 3 U.S. automaker it does not already own, without raising funds from the stock market.

Fiat strikes deal for full merger with Chrysler

Italian carmaker Fiat said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy up the remainder of Chrysler in an historic $3.65-billion (2.66-billion-euro) deal, paving the way for a full merger that will create a new global auto giant. Fiat said the long-awaited agreement with its US partner included a $1.75 billion cash payment for the 41 percent stake that has been held by the VEBA fund of the US auto worker's union UAW since Chrysler's bankruptcy procedure.

Chrysler won't go ahead with IPO in 2013: Fiat

By Agnieszka Flak MILAN (Reuters) - The planned stock market listing of Fiat's <FIA.MI> U.S. unit Chrysler will not take place this year, the Italian carmaker said on Monday, prolonging the uncertainty over its chances of buying out the rest of the company. The initial public offering was expected to help settle a long-running spat over the U.S. automaker's value between Fiat and a retiree healthcare trust tied to the United Auto Workers union, which owns 41.5 percent of Chrysler.

Chrysler won't go ahead with IPO in 2013: Fiat

By Agnieszka Flak MILAN (Reuters) - The planned stock market listing of Fiat's <FIA.MI> U.S. unit Chrysler will not take place this year, the Italian carmaker said on Monday, prolonging the uncertainty over its chances of buying out the rest of the company. The initial public offer, which Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne had previously said could take place in 2013, was expected to shed light on the U.S. carmaker's value and help settle a long-running spat between Fiat and a healthcare trust which owns 41.5 percent of Chrysler.
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