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Shares of French bank Societe Generale (OTC: OTC:SCGLY) fell by 7.1% in early trading on Monday, following the announcement of a new strategic plan for the period up to 2026. The plan, presented by CEO Slawomir Krupa, marks a shift from the bank's previous five-year plan spanning 2021 to 2025.