dipped on world markets after
removed the mobile phone giant from its list of top-10 global technology stock picks.
Shares of Nolia touched a two-year low on the European market after the move by UBS analyst Pip Coburn.
No further details of Coburn's action were immediately available.
Nokia shares were down $1.14, or 3.8%, to $28.88, in pre-market trading on
. They closed at $30.02 on Thursday trading on the
New York Stock Exchange
. They have a 52-week range of $27.63 to $62.50.