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No-Frills Ryanair Sees Profits Soar By 66%
The airline operator sees passenger numbers topping more than 90 million, while costs, excluding fuel, remain flat. 08:25, UK, Tuesday 26 May 2015.
Ryanair cashes in on improved service with profit surge  
Image revamp boost ryanair profits  
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European stock-index futures dropped, indicating equities will fall as some markets reopen after a holiday. Contracts on the Euro Stoxx 50 Index expiring next month lost 0.6 percent to 3,648 at 7:05 a.m.
British voters are to be given a yes/no referendum on our membership of the EU. Picture by Lynne Cameron/PA Wire. A referendum on Britain's membership of the EU needs to happen at the “earliest opportunity”, the North West head of the manufacturers' ...
Stonegate, the pub company that owns Slug & Lettuce and Yates's, is considering floating on the London stock market next year.
The world's ageing population is causing a huge pile of debt to build up, according to an asset management executive at Goldman Sachs.
The preferred bidder for the contract to build part of the �850m Swansea Bay tidal lagoon has been named. Laing O'Rourke, based in Kent, has been chosen for the �200m deal to deliver the lagoon's 1,345ft (410m) turbine house and water flow sluice.

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