May 21 (Bloomberg) -- New World Resources Plc extended its drop after the biggest Czech coking-coal producer said today one employee was killed in an underground incident at its CSM mine.
The stock slumped 3.7 percent to 103 koruna by 2:18 p.m. in Prague, the seventh day of declines and its lowest price since July 2009. The drop made NWR the worst performer in the PX index of 14 companies, which advanced 0.2 percent.
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