Milan, January 13 - Shares in Fiat Chrsyler Automobiles (FCA) rose 7.4% in early trading on the Milan stock exchange on Friday after diving 16% the day before amid accusations of breaking US diesel-emission rules. Some of the gains were subsequently lost, but the share price was still 3.6% up after almost two hoots of trading. The Italian-American company closed down 10.23% on Wall Street on Thursday over fears of a new 'Dieselgate' case. The company has denied any wrongdoing.
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