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Friday, July 13


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Earnings look ahead – easyJet, Unilever, Sports Direct

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CFD trading may not be suitable for everyone and can result in losses that exceed your deposits, so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. At 12.5 times forward earnings, the shares trade around their longer-term average, although it should be noted that the dividend, at 2.5%, is well below its two-year average of 4.1%. June saw easyJet shares record a new all-time high, breaching £18.00 for the first time. Since then, a pullback towards £15.60 provided a buying opportunity, with the shares bouncing back above £16. Sports Direct management continues to focus on improving its offering in the UK market, and while a weaker performance shown by Adidas might have resulted in an increase in margin-hitting promotions, the firm remains on track to hit targets for the year.

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Earnings look ahead – easyJet, Unilever, Sports Direct

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easyJet goes into its third quarter (Q3) statement having reported excellent numbers for June, seeing 2.3% growth in passenger numbers and a load factor of over 95%. Consumer spending fears have not been reflected in its performance, and it continues to maintain a strong showing against rival Ryanair. At 12.5 times forward earnings, the shares trade around their longer-term average, although it should be noted that the dividend, at 2.5%, is well below its two-year average of 4.1%. June saw easyJet shares record a new all-time high, breaching £18.00 for the first time. Since then, a pullback towards £15.60 provided a buying opportunity, with the shares bouncing back above £16.

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TTG - News - EasyJet plays down relevance of Atol to tour operator ambitions

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You are viewing 1 of your 3 guest articles this weekJoin now for free, immediate and unlimited access to our award-winning online content. EasyJet plays down relevance of Atol to tour operator ambitions. The CAA last week confirmed the airline had registered an Atol protecting 184,994 seats – 18,544 more than its easyJet Holidays subsidiary, which currently operates under the Atol held by Hotelopia Holidays. This partnership lapsed in May 2014, after which easyJet Holidays switched supplier to Hotelopia and vowed to become one of the UK’s pre-eminent tour operators. Since then, easyJet has long been expected to broaden its ambitions as a tour operator, but admitted in May it “hadn’t taken advantage of opportunities in this area” while pledging to continue investing in eastJet Holidays to “capture a significant share of the market”.

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Thursday, July 12


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TTG - News - EasyJet to make largest ever expansion at Manchester

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You are viewing 1 of your 3 guest articles this weekJoin now for free, immediate and unlimited access to our award-winning online content. EasyJet flew more than 3.5 million passengers from Manchester in 2017 having flown 10 million since the commencing operations in 2008. The airline said its new aircraft at Manchester would include A320neos, which were introduced to the airport last year. According to easyJet, the aircraft enable a 15% reduction in fuel burn, a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions and a 50% noise footprint reduction during the landing and take-off compared to the current generation A320s. As part of the expansion easyJet will also directly create 175 jobs. Nor is Manchester the only airport to benefit from easyJet route expansion.

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easyjet announce expansion deal for Manchester Airport

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easyjet announce expansion deal for Manchester Airport. Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andrew Cowan, CEO of Manchester Airport, Ali Gayward, UK Country Manager, easyJet and easyJet cabin crew and base Captain. On sale today the new routes will commence from 2 November 2018. easyJet flew over 3.5 million passengers from Manchester last year alone, having flown over 10m since the airline commenced operations in 2008. The aircraft will include easyJet’s new A320neo’s which were introduced to the airport last year and enable a 15% reduction in fuel burn, a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions and a 50% noise footprint reduction during the landing and take-off phases compared to the current generation A320 aircraft thereby significantly reducing our impact on local communities. “Our growth of an additional five aircraft next summer will be the biggest single investment easyJet will make in the entire network in 2019, and reflects our commitment to Manchester, providing customers even better connectivity with new NEO aircraft to new destinations and more choice than ever before.”. Andrew Cowan, CEO of Manchester Airport, said:.

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TTG - News - EasyJet adds three new European routes from Belfast

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You are viewing 1 of your 3 guest articles this weekJoin now for free, immediate and unlimited access to our award-winning online content. EasyJet says the new routes underlines its commitment to Belfast, where it last month based another aircraft, taking its total fleet dedicated to the northern Irish capital up to six. Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK country manager, said: “We are pleased to further strengthen our network at Belfast with these three new routes, which we believe will prove popular additions to our existing network. Uel Hoey, Belfast International airport business development director, added the move was a “tremendous boost” for Northern Ireland: “This is a win-win-win for the airline, airport and Northern Ireland.

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Tuesday, July 10


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EasyJet launches flying libraries to encourage children’s love of reading

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EasyJet launches flying libraries to encourage children’s love of reading. Children’s books have been placed in seat pockets of easyJet aircraft to encourage youngsters to read more. Research commissioned to mark the launch of the so-called flying libraries found that almost two out of five (38%) parents say their child has fewer than 10 books at home, and a typical British child aged between six and 12 has not visited a public library in more than six months. Jonathan Douglas, director of the National Literacy Trust, which is supporting the scheme, added: “Getting books into the hands of children, and helping them discover a love of reading, can set them on the path to a more successful future.”.

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EasyJet launches flying libraries to encourage children’s love of reading

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EasyJet launches flying libraries to encourage children’s love of reading. Children’s books have been placed in seat pockets of easyJet aircraft to encourage youngsters to read more. Research commissioned to mark the launch of the so-called flying libraries found that almost two out of five (38%) parents say their child has fewer than 10 books at home, and a typical British child aged between six and 12 has not visited a public library in more than six months. Jonathan Douglas, director of the National Literacy Trust, which is supporting the scheme, added: “Getting books into the hands of children, and helping them discover a love of reading, can set them on the path to a more successful future.”.

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EasyJet launches flying libraries to encourage children’s love of reading

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EasyJet launches flying libraries to encourage children’s love of reading. Children’s books have been placed in seat pockets of easyJet aircraft to encourage youngsters to read more. Research commissioned to mark the launch of the so-called flying libraries found that almost two out of five (38%) parents say their child has fewer than 10 books at home, and a typical British child aged between six and 12 has not visited a public library in more than six months. Jonathan Douglas, director of the National Literacy Trust, which is supporting the scheme, added: “Getting books into the hands of children, and helping them discover a love of reading, can set them on the path to a more successful future.”.

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