Since 10-13-2014 shares are listed on the NYSE in $ and on the Milan stock exchange, Borsa Italiana, in Euro. Time to group all the rumors and info together, here goes: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV added 1.01% to trade at €9.98 per share as of 14:20 GMT, marking a one-year gain of 73.03%. According to the Financial Times, the 20 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV have a median target of €10.40, with a high estimate of €13.30 and a low estimate of €5.00. The median estimate represents a 5.32% increase from the last price of €9.88. (link) Nice to see Morgan Stanley is a fan: Morgan Stanley restated their top pick rating on shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NASDAQ:FCAU) in a research note issued to investors on Thursday (11-13-2014). (link) even the Motley Fool is positive, on 11-17-2014: The road ahead. Before spinning off Ferrari, Fiat Chrysler is collecting another 2.25 billion euros in cash from the supercar maker to add to its capital-raising plans. Because Fiat Chrysler will be needing far more cash during the next five years than Ferrari, the move makes sense overall in terms of reducing Fiat Chrysler's cost of capital. The market reacted accordingly, by pushing shares up around 5% on the day of the announcement. Although its expansion plan is ambitious and adds additional risk to the automaker, I am bullish on Fiat Chrysler, and will continue to closely follow the automaker as it works to execute its five-year plan.