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Shares fell as much as 5.8 percent to 7.25 euros and were down 5.2 percent 11:08 a.m. in Paris. The dragged the stock into a decline of 4 percent for the year, valuing the company at 2.2 billion euros.Buoyed by 26 percent lower fuel costs, the carrier reduced its operating loss to 99 million euros from 417 million euros a year earlier.Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Europe's third-biggest airline, suffered a 6.3 percent drop in yields in the quarter, the steepest slump in at least four years. Like Air France-KLM, it benefited from cheap fuel, paring its adjusted loss before interest and tax to 53 million euros from 167 million euros.
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