IWKA shares up as U.S investor stays on board

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FRANKFURT, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Shares in Germany's IWKA rose more than 3 percent on Tuesday after major U.S. investor Guy Wyser-Pratte assured he was not selling shares in the robot maker. By 1301 GMT, the stock was up 3.2 percent at 18.99 euros, making it the second-largest gainer in a mid-cap index MDAX which rose 0.4 percent. The shares have outperformed the MDAX this year but were the biggest underperformer in November. IWKA stock had lost 5 percent on Monday in high volumes on ...

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