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MADRID (Reuters) - Shares in troubled Spanish lender Bankia fell a further 26 percent on Thursday, compounding a week of heavy losses that has seen the stock lose around two thirds of its value from a July stock listing. The Spanish stock market regulator classed the shares "under auction" -- a procedure that kicks in when there is a particularly large order to buy or sell a stock and big mismatches betweeen bids and offers. (Reporting By Sonya Dowsett; Editing by Tracy Rucinski)
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