|Bid||61.00 x 36000|
|Ask||62.30 x 17400|
|Day's range||61.18 - 62.39|
|52-week range||41.02 - 62.39|
|PE ratio (TTM)||29.57|
|Earnings date||22 Feb 2018 - 26 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.86 (1.38%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
PARIS/BERLIN, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Shares in Air France-KLM (LSE: 0LN7.L - news) , Europe's second-biggest airline, retreated on Friday as concerns about its cost cutting targets overshadowed higher third quarter profits. Air France-KLM has said it aims to cut unit costs by 1-1.5 percent this year, but on Friday gave some caveats. Third quarter profit of 1.022 billion euros ($1.2 billion), had beaten the average analyst expectation of 953 million in a Reuters poll.
MILAN, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 11 (Reuters) - Spanish shares rebounded sharply in a flat European market on Wednesday on hopes that a big political crisis in the euro zone's fourth largest economy could de-escalate after Catalonia stopped short of declaring formal independence from Madrid. While Spain's benchmark IBEX rose 1.3 percent, the pan-European STOXX 600 index ended flat and the euro zone blue chip index inched up 0.2 percent.
British private equity group BC Partners (IOB: 0QOQ.IL - news) has agreed to buy a majority stake in Barcelona bridal wear designer Pronovias, its first Spanish purchase in six years. La Vanguardia newspaper said BC Partners was paying 550 million euros ($627 million) to buy 100 percent of Pronovias. Founder and owner Alberto Palatchi would later buy back 10 percent of the company and will remain a minority shareholder, the newspaper said.
European shares inched lower in quiet trading on Monday with Italian stocks left behind as talk over a possible early election weighed, hitting banks. Activity was reduced as holidays in major markets ...
European shares inched lower in quiet trading on Monday with Italian stocks left behind as worries over possible early elections weighed, hitting banks. Activity was reduced as holidays in major markets ...
Euro zone shares fell slightly on Monday, pulling back further from their highest point in almost two years, dragged lower by financials and as holidays in major markets such as the UK and the United States ...
IAG-owned airlines British Airways and Iberia are to follow Lufthansa (Xetra: LHAB.DE - news) by charging a fee for bookings via third parties, using new technology to take more control of their own bookings. The move will be a blow to global distribution systems (GDS) providers such as Amadeus IT Group, Travelport and Sabre, the share prices of which all fell on Friday. Amadeus and Travelport both dropped 4 percent while Sabre lost 1.7 percent.