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BT shares plunge 19% as Italian accounting scandal deepens – business live
Make that down 19% for BT shares and on track for the biggest fall ever after "improper" accounting practices at its Italian unit.
BT shares plunge 15% on Italian scandal  
BT shares nose-dive after shock profit warning on Italian accounting scandal  
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