L'ITALIA RIPARTE SOLO ATTIRANDO I RICCHI E I BRAVI E CACCIANDO I POVERI E INCAPACI


FCA CROLLA IN BORSA..SOLO L'INIZIO?

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la strategia di marchionne non trova sbocchi...nessuno vuole fondersi con FCA ne tantomeno al prezzo che vuole marchionne. Prima hanno separato il gioiellino Ferrari rendendo la FCA pronta a una fusione importante. Poi il no di General Motors e il no di altre case europee e cinesi...Infine è stato scoperto anche il goffo tentativo di investire in GOOGLE CAR per aumentare il valore a FCA. 
La crisi brasiliana si somma a un mercatyo Usa prossimo alla saturazione dove la crescita presto si trasformera' in decrescita e un mercato europeo dove il meglio è assolutamente alle spalle e il futuro si rivela incerto.
Il titolo della casa automobilistica non vale molto ..anzi potrebbe tornare non solo a 5,2 euro, minimo di febbraio, ma anche verso i 4 euro.
A colpire duramente oggi la casa automobilistica ex torinese è il possibile problema delle emissioni dopo le dichiarazioni  comparse sulla stampa tedesca.
E' evidente che tutto verra' fatto per salvare il mercato alla Volkswagen....compreso affondare la automobilina voluta da OBAMA..E DAI DEMOCRATICI...
Il vento sta cambiando in USA e la notte dei lunghi coltelli e delle vendette pare essersi messa in moto...

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV slumped to a three-month low as its fight with Germany over vehicle emissions escalated after the country’s most-read newspaper reported that the authorities found that the company cheated.The Italian-American automaker said all its autos meet European rules after Bild am Sonntag newspaper reported that Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority determined the carmaker allegedly used illegal software to manipulate emissions controls.
A dispute between German regulators and the Italian-American carmaker came to a head on May 19, when Fiat refused to meet with German Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt to discuss findings of an emissions probe and his Italian counterpart told Dobrindt to effectively leave Fiat alone. Under European Union rules, Italy is responsible for testing Fiat cars because the automaker’s regional operations are centered in the country, a regulation that the manufacturer reiterated through a spokesman on Monday.
“If the Italian authorities are content with Fiat’s vehicles then, unless the German authorities can demonstrate to the Italians that they are missing something in their interpretation, we don’t expect any repercussions for the carmaker,” Arndt Ellinghorst, an analyst at Evercore ISI in London, wrote in a report to clients.
Volkswagen AG’s revelation in September following a U.S. probe that it rigged diesel-engine software to pass official tests has put the car industry’s credibility under tighter scrutiny. The scandal prompted Germany to set up a commission to look into emissions readings across all manufacturers. In recent weeks, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has acknowledged separately that it manipulated fuel-economy tests on vehicles in Japan, and Daimler AG is checking for possible irregularities in its model certifications at the behest of the U.S. Department of Justice.
The German Transport Ministry said Sunday in response to the Bild report that after Fiat Chrysler “refused to give an opinion before the inquiry commission,” the motor transport authority, or KBA, relayed measurement data to its counterpart in Italy and the European Union’s executive arm. “The Italian model-approval authorities are called upon to assess the results and to take action,” the German ministry said.

 

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2 commenti:

Anonimo ha detto...

saranno crucchi...ma sullo scacchiere internazionale pesano...e se ci si mettono, possono fare male...anche agli 'mmmericani

Anonimo ha detto...

gli agnelli sono una delle poche famiglie sopravvissute .....sopravviveranno anche stavolta vedrai.hanno degli ottomi Advisor e sono molto potenti.massimo