Investing.com – General Motors (NYSE:) rose in midday trade on Wednesday after reports it had reached a tentative agreement with the United Automobile Workers union, ending a 31 day strike.
- The strike cost the automaker about $2 billion
- The final details of the deal remain unknown.
- GM (NYSE:) jumped 2.5% after the news.
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