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Brexit and debt spark fresh collapse at Thomas Cook as share price hits seven-year low

Travel agents are lining up to blame Brexit for their lacklustre results this year. Troubled tour operator Thomas Cook (TCG) is no exception, yet it has set a new bar for the beleaguered industry after reporting a staggering £1.5bn half year pre-tax loss. By contrast, package holidays peer TUI (TUI) yesterday posted a €287.2m deficit for its typically bleak weak winter half. READ MORE ABOUT ...

Market report: Iron ore miner Ferrexpo launches defence in otherwise quiet start for UK stock market

UK markets open for trade on Monday on the front foot although there is precious little corporate news to steer investors one way or the other. At 9am the benchmark FTSE 100 index is quietly in positive territory, adding around 7 points to 7,434.84, with investors seemingly drawn to seek out bargains following a weaker end to last week. The FTSE 250 mid cap index is also on the rise, up close ...

Market report: Brexit frustration and dividends drag on UK markets, while WH Smith profits fail to inspire

UK stocks are in modest decline in early trade on Thursday as investors come to terms with the can being kicked down the road again on a Brexit outcome following last night’s extension to the end of October. Many businesses may be breathing a sigh of relief at a possible side-stepping of a more draconian deal. Travel stocks are certainly leading the charge, with budget airline EasyJet ...

TUI travels to the top of the FTSE 100 leaderboard on strong full year results

Travel agent TUI (TUI) reports a very robust set of full year numbers given a difficult backdrop, helping the shares rise 5.4% to £12.00 – making it the best performer on the FTSE 100. The company reports turnover up 5% to €19.5bn and core earnings up 10.9% at constant currency to €1.15bn in the year to 30 September. TUI also reiterates guidance for underling earnings to increase at a ...
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