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Fiat-without-Chrysler losses

by David Zatz on

Fiat’s net revenues, excluding Chrysler, rose slightly from 2012 to 2013, but remained at roughly €35.6 billion. Trading profit fell from €338 million to €246 million. Fiat-without-Chrysler ended the year with a €1.2 billion loss before taxes, nearly double 2012’s €630 million loss before taxes.

Net loss for Fiat, again excluding Chrysler, was €441 million in 2013, vs €1 billion in 2012.

Putting Chrysler into the mix resulted in a company with €87 billion in net revenues, €3 billion in trading profit, €1 billion in profit before tax, and a net profit of €2 billion, according to Fiat’s press release.

The company as a whole carries €30 billion in gross debt (⅔ of which is on the Fiat side), €20 billion in cash and marketable securities (divided roughly 50/50), and total available liquidity of €23 billion including undrawn but committed credit lines. This is greater liquidity and lower debt than at the end of the last quarter.

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