March 22 (Bloomberg) -- Vienna Insurance Group AG fell for a fourth day, leading Czech shares lower.
The stock slid 1.3 percent to 829 koruna as of 3:46 p.m. in Prague, extending this week’s loss to 3 percent. The PX equity gauge, where VIG has a 13 percent weighting, fell 0.3 percent as the MSCI Emerging Markets Index slumped a sixth day after data showed manufacturing contracted in Europe and China, driving investors from riskier assets worldwide.
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