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  • Europe ends higher; Commerzbank soars; oil eyed Monday, 2 Nov 2015 | 11:30 AM ET
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    European equities ended slightly higher on Monday as investors digested more economic news from China and Europe, on top of earnings.

  • DUBLIN, Nov 2- Ryanair nudged up its annual profit forecast on Monday after a "bumper summer," saying fuller planes would take profits to the upper end of its previously estimated range. Ryanair had already raised its annual profit forecast by 25 percent in early September thanks to lower fuel costs and a combination of strong sterling and poor weather in northern...

  • *Commerzbank rallies as it returns to div, HSBC slips. MILAN, Nov 2- European shares reduced losses by mid morning on Monday, with Greece shares outperforming as investors welcomed the outcome of European Central Bank stress tests on its four main banks. Athens' ATG index rose 1.2 percent, lifted by gains of around 20 percent in Alpha Bank and Eurobank, while Piraeus...

  • DUBLIN, Nov 2- Ryanair nudged up its annual profit forecast on Monday, saying fuller planes would take profits to the upper end of its previously estimated range even as winter competition pressures average ticket prices. The Irish airline, Europe's largest by passenger numbers, raised its full-year profit forecast by 25 percent in early September as lower...

  • European shares open lower on weak China data Monday, 2 Nov 2015 | 3:20 AM ET

    MILAN, Nov 2- European shares opened lower on Monday, tracking losses in Asia, as weak Chinese factory surveys fuelled global growth concerns, with Electrolux and Ryanair among the main losers. Irish airline Ryanair Holdings fell 2.7 percent despite lifting its profit forecast on Monday. Ryanair said fuller planes would take profits to the upper end of its...

  • DUBLIN, Nov 2- Ryanair nudged up its annual profit forecast on Monday, saying fuller planes would take profits to the upper end of its previously estimated range even as winter competition pressures average ticket prices. The Irish airline, Europe's largest by passenger numbers, raised its full-year profit forecast by 25 percent in early September as lower...

  • Strange airplane ideas that are yet to take off Monday, 2 Nov 2015 | 1:17 AM ET

    Standing-only passenger tickets, pay-to-use toilets and planes shaped like flying saucers are some ideas yet to make it to an airport near you.

  • Markets to tune out Fed speakers in favor of data Friday, 30 Oct 2015 | 6:28 PM ET
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    Markets will be laser-focused on Friday's October jobs report in the week ahead and may even look past more than a dozen scheduled Fed speeches.

  • *Lufthansa, Air France-KLM report better than expected Q3 results. BERLIN/ PARIS, Oct 29- Lufthansa and Air France-KLM reported better than expected third-quarter results on Thursday, thanks to cheaper fuel and strong seasonal demand, but warned they still needed to cut costs to compete with more nimble rivals. Both groups are battling to bring costs down to a...

  • Oct 23- American Airlines Group Inc, the world's largest airline, on Friday said it will roll out bare-bones fares in 2016 to battle U.S. budget carriers, overshadowing a surge in its third-quarter profit. The airline's move to sell cheap fares with more restrictions highlights how competition is intensifying between the largest U.S. airlines and low-cost...

  • European stocks close flat; autos, miners outperform Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015 | 11:30 AM ET

    European stocks pared gains to close flat on Wednesday, with auto stocks and miners outperforming after some recovery in oil prices.

  • Commodities help European shares set 1-month high Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015 | 4:28 AM ET

    *SABMiller up after InBev's revised offer. LONDON, Oct 7- European shares rose for a fourth straight session to a one-month high on Wednesday, with SABMiller gaining after a revised offer from Anheuser-Busch InBev and commodities stocks extending their recent strong gains. Shares in SABMiller rose more than 3 percent after AB InBev, the world's biggest brewer,...

  • Airlines enjoyed a bumper summer with record traffic and Ryanair, Europe's biggest budget carrier, this month raised its full-year profit forecast by an unexpectedly strong 25 percent, sending its shares to an all-time-high. "People don't like going to places that are unsettled," the chief executive of Eastern Europe- focused budget carrier Wizz Air, Jozsef...

  • Europe's airlines spruce up their jet fuel hedges Tuesday, 22 Sep 2015 | 2:05 AM ET

    LONDON, Sept 22- European airlines are exploiting a collapse in oil prices by hedging more of their fuel needs further into the future, but those that kept their powder dry before the rout are emerging as clear winners, industry sources say. With fuel accounting for 46 percent of Ryanair's 2014 operating costs, 33 percent of British Airways' and 21.5 percent of...

  • *Ryanair targeting 160 million passengers a year. *Germany a key focus for expansion. ESSEN, Germany, Sept 17- Ryanair expects to be operating one in every four European short-haul flights within the next eight to 10 years, driven by expansion in countries such as Germany as some of its rivals retreat, its chief executive said.

  • BERLIN/NEW YORK, Sept 16- Airlines are trying to draw passengers away from low-price comparison sites and back to their own home pages, seeking to boost profits by selling them extra services such as additional legroom or access to airport lounges. Airlines across Europe and the United States are experimenting with strategies to bring travellers back to...

  • Airlines try to woo customers back to their own websites Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015 | 8:59 AM ET

    BERLIN/NEW YORK, Sept 16- Airlines are trying to draw passengers away from low-price comparison sites and back to their own home pages, seeking to boost profits by selling them extra services such as additional legroom or access to airport lounges. Airlines across Europe and the United States are experimenting with strategies to bring travellers back to...

  • *Low-cost airlines launch, expand in Africa. Fastjet is among a wave of low-cost airlines launching or expanding operations in Africa as they seek to capture middle-income travellers who are tired of dangerous road journeys but cannot afford major international carriers. Where low-cost routes have opened in Africa, prices have dropped by around 40 percent...

  • *Pilots' union offers three dates next week. FRANKFURT, Sept 10- German pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit has proposed fresh talks with Lufthansa management over early retirement benefits, a day after a court ruled a strike was unlawful because the union had overstepped its mandate. The focus on the retirement scheme comes after a judge at the federal state...

  • FRANKFURT, Sept 10- Lufthansa flights returned to normal on Thursday after a court brought an early end to a two-day pilots' strike but union leaders said they were weighing their options, indicating more disruption could be on the cards. In an unexpected decision, a court in Frankfurt ruled on Wednesday that the pilots' union did not have the mandate to include the...