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Dubai shares plunged, dragging the benchmark index down 20 percent from a peak in May, bringing an end to the biggest bull market since 2005 .Emaar Properties PJSC, developer of the world's tallest tower and the company with the biggest weighting on Dubai's gauge, fell 4.9 percent to 8.80 dirhams.Arabtec, which has the fifth-highest weighting on Dubai's index, plunged 48 percent so far this month as Abu Dhabi state-run Aabar Investments PJSC cut its stake to 18.85 percent as of June 11 from 21.57 percent, stoking speculation the builder was losing government backing. The DFM General Index's 14-day relative strength index has dropped to 33 .Dubai's index has dropped an average 34 percent during 11 previous bear markets, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
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