RIM stock hits session lows as new device launched
TORONTO (Reuters) - Research In MotionRIM.TO RIMM.O sank as much as 8 percent on Wednesday as the BlackBerry maker unveiled its long-delayed line of smartphones that it says will mark the company's comeback.
The stock, which fell as much as 8 percent after rising more than 6 percent earlier in the session, was down 4.4 percent, at C$15.03 in Toronto. On the Nasdaq, shares were down 3.9 percent at $15.05.
(Reporting by Solarina Ho; Editing by Jeffrey Hodgson)
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