The shares dropped as much as 3.4 percent before trading 2.9 percent lower at 4.03 zloty, the most on a closing basis since May 25, as of 10:08 a.m. in Warsaw.
Net loss widened to 314 million zloty ($97 million) from 20 million zloty a year earlier, PGNiG, as the company is known, said on its website today. That compares with the 3.4 million- zloty mean estimate of a profit from eight analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.
“PGNiG has had a truly disappointing quarter,” Robert Rethy, a Prague-based analyst at Wood&Co., wrote in a note to clients today. “The source of the miss is entirely the trading segment.”
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