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With the U.S. and China still "very far apart" in trade talks, and softer-than-expected data from two of the world's biggest economies hinting at a second-quarter slowdown, global stocks are on the back foot Tuesday as investors retrench from recent gains.
The deadline for more than 9,000 employers to provide pay gap information is Wednesday at midnight.
Las Vegas police say at least 20 people died and more than 100 others are injured after a gunman opens fire on a musical festival.
Easyjet, Ryanair and British Airways up in Monday morning trading after the U.K.'s biggest airline bankruptcy.
The Euro Stoxx 600 Travel & Leisure index was down 1.13% Friday at 8:49 am in London, compared with a year-to-date rise of 4.78%.
Nervous investors are bidding up the price of safe haven assets.
ITV said Monday that Carolyn McCall, the former CEO of discount airline easyJet, will lead the broadcaster next year following the departure of Adam Crozier earlier this year.
Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan will take center stage at a Frankfurt conference.
Ryanair catches the worm among low cost carriers, but profit warnings abound still
Germany's Lufthansa said it expects better full-year profits as investors prepare for third-quarter earnings from American Airlines.
The Stoxx 600 has the best session since Sept. 22 as U.S. earnings strength helps extend 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.
Zika virus fears are beating down these two intrinsically strong airline stocks. Now's the time to buy them, before these temporary anxieties subside.
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.
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.
June growth for each budget airline contrasts with profit warnings at EasyJet and International Consolidated.
Germany gets France and Italy to agree that it is up to the U.K. government when to trigger formal negotiations on Brexit.
Calm remains elusive as another bloodbath in European equities pushes losses for some stocks toward 20%
American, Delta, United, EasyJet and other airline shares continue to fall Monday as investors find no cure for 'Brexit'-induced fears.
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