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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCHA.MI)

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20 Jun 2018
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Wed, Jun 20 2018

London court chides FCA as it rejects former UBS trader's appeal

* Senior UBS staff "kept fingerprints" off documents-FCA lawyer

FCA to investigate impact of EU asset management rules after criticism

LONDON Britain's regulator will launch an investigation into the impact of new European Union rules on the asset management industry after concerns were raised about how they affect the pricing of investment research and other issues.

Britain's FCA to investigate impact of EU asset management rules after criticism

LONDON, June 18 Britain's regulator will launch an investigation into the impact of new European Union rules on the asset management industry after concerns were raised about how they affect the pricing of investment research and other issues.

FCA ends fair treatment investigation into Scottish Widows

LONDON Britain's financial markets regulator said on Tuesday it had ended its investigation into Scottish Widows, as part of a thematic review into the fair treatment of longstanding customers in the life insurance sector.

FCA ends fair treatment investigation into Scottish Widows

LONDON, June 12 Britain's financial markets regulator said on Tuesday it had ended its investigation into Scottish Widows, as part of a thematic review into the fair treatment of longstanding customers in the life insurance sector.

Britain's FCA goes ahead with disputed 'Aramco' listing rule

LONDON Britain's markets watchdog will press ahead with a new premium listing next month aimed at attracting companies like state-controlled Saudi Aramco to London, although the rules have been "refined" following investor criticism.

Britain's FCA goes ahead with disputed 'Aramco' listing rule

LONDON Britain's markets watchdog will press ahead with a new premium listing next month aimed at attracting companies like state-controlled Saudi Aramco to London, although the rules have been "refined" following investor criticism.

UPDATE 3-Britain's FCA goes ahead with disputed 'Aramco' listing rule

* Lawyer says wide range of firms may be interested (Adds Aramco, City of London, TheCityUK)

RPT-UPDATE 4-Marchionne ramps up SUVs as prepares to hand over Fiat Chrysler wheel

* To spend 9 bln euros on electrification to remain compliant (Repeats June 1 story with no changes to text)

Marchionne ramps up SUVs as prepares to hand over Fiat Chrysler wheel

BALOCCO, Italy Fiat Chrysler's departing Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne delivered a plan on Friday to ramp up sport utility vehicles and invest 9 billion euros ($10.5 billion) in electric and hybrid cars in a bid to double operating profit by 2022.

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