Intense competition in the European budget airline sector is keeping fares low – great news for passengers, but not so much for shareholders of EasyJet, Ryanair and Wizz Air.
Analysts have raised questions about how the company will fund a step-up in optic fibre roll-out if not by reeling in payouts over the next few years.
Shares had already been battered on 24 April, the day before results, when McEwan announced he would leave the job within a year, once a successor is found.
Barclays shareholders are getting a say this Thursday on whether the Corporate and Investment Bank division is ultimately a crown jewel, or a dangerous liability.
Business at International Consolidated Airlines Group is steadily climbing in altitude. For shareholders, however, it’s been a bumpy ride.
Bullion is in high demand as investors flee volatile equity assets, but analysts’ forecasts around prices are split
News around Brexit has sent the FTSE 350 Financial Services index on a rollercoaster ride that looks set to continue
Rolling out a 5G network will be the UK’s largest infrastructure project alongside HS2. With squeezed mobile network operators holding back on capex and future revenue streams still unclear, can infra funds use small cells and the fibre backbone to find a position?
London’s car-sharing growth accelerated on Friday as BMW’s car club DriveNow expanded to cover most of the inner city, ahead of the mobility tie-up with Daimler.