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Fiat Chrysler stock drove a pile up in the European auto sector Thursday as investors reacted to speculation of an imminent lawsuit from the Justice Department
LONDON/PARIS/FRANKFURT, May 16 (Reuters) - French carmakers PSA and Renault are turning their U.S. absence into an Iranian advantage by piling into a resurgent market still off-limits to foreign rivals fearful of sanctions under Donald Trump's administration. The French investment has been seized upon by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is seeking re-election this week, as evidence that his pursuit of a nuclear detente and attempts to attract foreign money will pay off for the economy.
With London mayor Sadiq Khan and his Parisian counterpart Anne Hidalgo cracking down on vehicle emissions this spring in the global push for clean air, it should be a boom time for platinum which is used in catalytic converters. London and Paris are part of the C40 Cities initiative, which links cities working to improve air quality.