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.
Could a deal for a fellow telecom company’s European operations breathe some life into an ailing share price?
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.
News 24 hours ahead of earnings that regulators had lowered capital buffers at the bank provided tailwind for an otherwise mixed report.
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.
Lack of competition in the commercial aircraft industry prevents customers from dumping the 737 Max.
Business at International Consolidated Airlines Group is steadily climbing in altitude. For shareholders, however, it’s been a bumpy ride.
Shareholders accuse the manufacturer of cutting corners around safety testing in order to quickly roll out the 737 Max to compete with France’s Airbus.