WARSAW, June 20 (Reuters) - Poland's zloty extended its fall against the euro to two percent on Thursday, continuing to suffer from Federal Reserve's comments that it would begin to dial down stimulus this year as the economic outlook improves.
By 0636 GMT the zloty traded at 4.3463 to the euro, down 1.9 percent from Wednesday close. Earlier the zloty fell to as much as 4.35 versus the common currency, its weakest level in a year.
(Reporting by Marcin Goettig; Editing by Adrian Krajewski) Keywords: POLAND ZLOTY FALL/
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