Easyjet PLC (EZJ.L)
25 Sep 2018
The following factors could affect Italian markets on Monday.
LONDON EasyJet is still talking to the Italian government over Alitalia's short-haul operations but the head of the budget airline stressed on Thursday that any deal needs to make commercial sense.
LONDON The UK's top share index fell on Monday as trade tensions weighed on cyclical stocks while results from Ryanair weighed on the broader sector.
* Ryanair results dampen sector (Recasts, adds detail and updates prices at close)
LONDON, July 23 The UK's top share index fell back on Monday as trade tensions weighed on cyclical stocks while a rising pound held back dollar earners.
MILAN EasyJet EZJ.L and Lufthansa LHAG.DE are still interested in Alitalia after an Italian minister said this week the government wants the majority of the loss-making carrier under state control, the British and German carriers said.
MILAN EasyJet is still keen on parts of Alitalia after an Italian minister said this week the government wants the majority of the carrier under state control, the chief executive of the British low cost airline told daily Corriere della Sera.
LONDON A weaker pound helped Britain's top share index march higher on Wednesday as company earnings took centre stage with Smiths Group suffering.
* Brexit worries, inflation data hit sterling (Updates prices, adds details, quotes)
FARNBOROUGH, England British low cost airline easyJet raised its profit guidance, forecasting earnings could soar by as much as 45 percent this year as it benefits from the collapse of rivals last year and strikes at competitor Air France . | Video
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