European stocks posted solid gains by Tuesday's close, as investors cheered on the sharp uptick seen in mining stocks, while digesting earnings.
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Air France-KLM is the latest European airline to warn of a sharp impact to earnings this year amid a spate of terrorist attacks in Europe.
Ryanair saw shares pop 2 percent after the company announced increases revenues, customers and earnings, despite Brexit worries.
European markets pared gains on Monday to close mixed, as Wall Street traded lower and oil prices fell.
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European airlines are set for some turbulence in the coming months, warn analysts, who predict the Brexit vote will impact consumer demand.
Andrew Lobbenberg, airlines analyst at HSBC, says Ryanair is growing well, but airlines are facing several problems which are pressuring yields.
Budget carrier Ryanair Holdings said it remains on track for its highest-ever profit this year despite Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
European stocks finished mostly around the flatline after the ECB left its key interest rate unchanged and as investors digested more earnings.
Stephen Furlong, airline equity analyst at Davy Research, says the picture for Lufthansa is “pretty ugly”, when discussing the firm's earnings and profit warning.
European stocks closed largely lower on Friday, following a terror attack in France that killed at least 84 people.
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European stocks finished trade sharply lower on Wednesday amid continued political and economic uncertainty in the EU following Brexit.
Europe slipped sharply lower on Tuesday, as a fall in oil prices and concerns over global growth weighed on sentiment.
European stocks surged by Monday's close, as declining fears of a Brexit vote buoyed global market sentiment, sterling and oil prices.
Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, weighs in on the importance of the United Kingdom staying in the European Union.
Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, says he is lowering ticket prices in an effort to send a strong message to terrorist - it's not going to make any difference, people are still going on holidays and keep going. Also O'Leary weighs in on how U.S. airports can deal with long security lines. Passengers have a "ludicrous" amount of bags, says O'Leary.
European stocks finished mostly lower on Monday as investors digested a fall in oil prices, mixed data out of the euro zone and the prospect of a U.S. rate hike in June.