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Fletcher Challenge Energy Share Price

In response to an increase in Fletcher Challenge Energy’s share price over the past two days, the Chief Executive Officer of Fletcher Challenge Limited, Michael Andrews, advised the New Zealand Stock Exchange today that the Company knew of no reason for the movement.

“Whilst we are well on track to completing the dismantling of the Group’s targeted share structure, we have nothing imminent to announce in relation to any of the Group’s three Divisions,” he said.

Mr Andrews reiterated the Board’s commitment to keep shareholders informed of progress.

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