LONDON (Reuters) – Frankfurt-listed shares in retail trader darlings such as videogame store GameStop (NYSE:) and cinema operator AMC Entertainment (NYSE:) fell in early trade on Thursday.
Shares of GameStop, which fell to $89 in after-market U.S. trade on Wednesday, were down 12.1% to 79.20 euros ($95.09).
AMC Entertainment, which settled at $8.60 in aftermarket trade, fell 11% to 7.45 euros ($8.94).
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