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TUI harvests the benefits of Thomas Cook demise


TUI Tourist operator is benefiting from the loss of market competitor Thomas Cook, who went bankrupt earlier. The German-British company is counting on a stronger profit increase for the current financial year than it had previously assumed. This despite the problems with the Boeing aircraft of the type 737 MAX, which are not allowed to fly because of safety.

Chinese stock exchanges rebound from panic sales


The Chinese stock markets recovered somewhat on Tuesday after the fall of the day before. The other Asian stock markets also improved. Investors kept a close eye on developments regarding the outbreak of the new corona virus in China. The death toll in China has now risen to 425 people and the number of infections has risen to more than 20,000. Hong Kong reported the first coronavirus death in...

Ryanair shows strong performance but some initiatives were delayed


Ryanair has carried more passengers in the past quarter and also earned more on those travelers. However, the Irish budget airline also suffers from the problems with the Boeing 737 MAX, which has been kept on the ground for a long time. Because the delivery of the ordered devices of that type is likely to take place later, some goals are being postponed. Ryanair also takes longer time for a...

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