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shares fell 14% Friday, and the company attributed the decline to the weak economic data that punished the entire financial sector.

Metris said it was "unaware of any reason specific to the company for the movement experienced by its stock price."

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The consumer-credit marketer saw its shares fall as low as $35.13 on the NYSE before closing at $36.25, off $6. Its 52-week-high is $42.94 and its 52-week low is $13.44.