Ryanair Clings to Profit Goal as Fare Cuts Counter Brexit RiskBy
U.K. vote, terror wave pose ‘significant’ downside threat
Discount carrier will reduce London exposure this winter
Ryanair Holdings Plc surprised investors by sticking to its fiscal 2017 profit forecast with a plan to lower fares to lure more passengers even as Britain’s decision to quit the European Union and a string of terrorist attacks in major European markets weigh on demand.
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