Shares in Nokia saw their biggest single-day loss since June as the company unveiled the device it hopes will help claw back a share of the smartphone market.
- Helsinki Shares began sliding midway through the New York launch
- They ended down 13 percent at 1.99 euros
- Nokia's US-listed stock was down almost 10 percent to $2.55
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