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Milan stock market loses 3.3% (2)

Milan, January 28 - The Milan stock exchange's benchmark FTSE Mib index shed 3.3% on Thursday, taking it down to 18,226 points. The bourse has been hit by investor skepticism about the agreement Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan reached with the European Commission on a guarantee mechanism, the so-called 'bad bank light', to help Italian banks offload billions of euros on non-performing loans from their balance sheets. Trading in the stocks of several lenders was suspended for excessive volatility, including BPM, UBI and Banco Popolare. BPM lost 6.97%, Unicredit was 6.79% down, BPER lost 5.48%, and Intesa shed 4.83%.

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