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European stock markets are modestly higher in the Thursday session ahead of a key policy meeting at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
With U.S. stocks sliding for the third straight day, European shares gave back early gains to close in the red.
European airlines rise despite broader market losses, but margin pressures could limit gains.
Deutsche Bank closes down after announcing 1,000 job cuts as part of efficiency savings.
Volkswagen announces a new model in a bid to boost profits.
The FTSE 100 gains more than 1% as oil shares rise.
Ryanair and British Airways-owner International Airlines Group could ride out geopolitical risks better than competitors.
The Hong Kong airline cuts its dividend by 80%.
Quarterly results ease fears about the impact of terrorist attacks on bookings.
Strong corporate earnings drive post-Brexit rally across Europe.
The German carrier looks to cut costs by at least 2% in the second half.
Bank of England is expected to cut rates, as more PMI data hits market
Purchasing managers' surveys point toward a slowdown in U.K services and manufacturing
The ECB chief indicates further stimulus could be in the works once the full impact of Brexit is known.
German airline giant Lufthansa issues a profit warning, citing terror attacks and economic uncertainty, while discount rivals are adding Brexit to the list of worries.
Airline stocks drag down markets as they warn recent terrorist attacks have hurt travel plans.
German sentiment gauge is now at its lowest level since November 2012.
Airline stocks drop following terror attack; 10-year German bond yield rises above 0% for first time since Brexit vote
Airline stocks are mixed, while Swatch falls more than 10% in Zurich as it warns of a halving, or more, of first-half profit.
Barclays shares decline, as three former traders are found guilty of Libor-rigging.
Calm remains elusive as another bloodbath in European equities pushes losses for some stocks toward 20%
Shares in SpiceJet, Jet Airways and Indigo surge on the news.
The end-of-week sell-off extended eastward to Russia after the country's central bank cut borrowing costs for the first time in nearly a year.
The German carrier announces the surprise departure of its CFO.
EgyptAir 804 was lost over the Mediterranean overnight Thursday. While the cause is still unknown, it is a fresh blow to confidence in the sector.
Shares in the airline fall despite above-forecast quarterly figures.
The German airline says capacity and flight numbers will expand less than previously expected.