Murray & Roberts (M&R) share price took its biggest tumble since July after Tuesday’s announcement by German-based Aton that it was abandoning a five-year long bid for control of the SA engineering and construction firm.

The share price was down 15.8% at one stage before recovering to close 6.4% weaker at R12.35. 

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