Qantas Plans $100M Share Buyback to Reduce Debt

Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia’s largest carrier, rose the most in more than two months after saying it would buy as much as A$100 million ($104 million) of its own shares with cash from cutting a Boeing Co. order.

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