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Famur SA (FMF), a Polish maker of mining equipment, headed for a two-week low after BRE Bank SA (BRE) downgraded the stock to reduce from hold.
The shares fell 1.3 percent to 3.85 zloty, the lowest level on a closing basis since May 25, as of 9:06 a.m. in Warsaw trading. The nine-month share-estimate was set at 3.6 zloty. Famur has climbed 34 percent this year, compared to a 1 percent gain in the WIG20 Index.
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