Brexit Knocks British Airways and Foxtons as Confidence DivesBy
BA’s parent IAG cuts profit target, to review spending
Warnings cloud picture after post-vote hiring announcements
London home sales and international flights became the latest casualties of the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union as a leading real-estate broker and the parent of British Airways said they had been hit by the effects of Brexit.
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