Michelin shares fall after tire maker sees lower 2020 operating income

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PARIS (Reuters) – Shares in French tire maker Michelin (PA:) fell on Tuesday after the company forecast a slightly lower operating income for 2020 and flagged uncertainty to its business from the coronavirus crisis in China.

Michelin shares were down 1.2% in early session trading, the worst-performing stock on France’s benchmark CAC-40 index ().

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