Aston Martin shares plunge on volume target cut, lingering debt


Aston Martin DBS Superleggera
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Aston Martin shares plunged more than 16% on Wednesday morning after the British luxury carmaker cut its volume target due to production problems for its new DB12 sports model and posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss.

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