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errari shares are now trading on the Italian stock exchange, after the Fiat Chrysler group distributed its 80% stake in the supercar manufacturer over the weekend.

The move, designed to complete a flotation that was first announced more than a year ago, means that Fiat is no longer officially in direct control of the car manufacturer that it purchased back in 1969. The powerful Agnelli family that founded Fiat is still Ferrari’s largest shareholder, though, with 24% of stock. Piero Ferrari, the son of the sports car brand’s founder Enzo, holds 10%.

Lots of questions.. Will Maserati continue to be owned and run by Ferrari ? What about the cooperation on the various Alfa Romeo projects ? Will Sergio Marchionne remain chairman of Ferrari, whilst continuing to run FCA ? Even after the spin-off ?
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