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President Trump likes his dollar weak, so it's time to go shopping in Europe.
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.
Ryanair has been cancelling between 40 and 50 flights per day.
The European Commission said that Ryanair might have to reimburse and compensate passengers for the cancellations of between 40 and 50 flights per day until the end of October.
It's a good idea to take some profits, say analysts at Societe Generale.
The Dow Jones U.S. Travel & Leisure Index has been falling since Thursday's attack in Barcelona, Spain.
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%.
Investor unease leads to sell off
Nervous investors are bidding up the price of safe haven assets.
U.K. labour market data and eurozone GDP were both solid.
Air Berlin's bankruptcy means about 3.4% of Europe's short-haul market is up for grabs.
M&A and ad-hoc company news was the primary driver of price action.
Lufthansa told investors it has seen a substantial improvement in profitability
Investors focused on the potential for higher interest rates.
The TPG Capital co-founder may still be overboarded.
Boeing is expected to debut what would be its largest version of this 737 MAX medium-haul jetliner at the opening of the Paris air show next week.
IAG shares fell the most in more than two months in early Tuesday trading after as investors responded to an IT outage at the group's British Airways division.
Best Buy's outstanding results show that investors are still getting it wrong and creating opportunities for others.
Solid passenger volumes and better load factors saw investors warm toward European airline stocks this week
The CAC 40 in France gained 1.25%, leading the charge among major European benchmarks.
A pay dispute pushes the airline to cancel thousands of flights as unions and management debate increases.
Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the biggest stocks on Wall Street including Pepsico and Intel.
Ryanair catches the worm among low cost carriers, but profit warnings abound still
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