News Results for Ryanair Holdings (RYA)

  • 02 Apr
    Ryanair says its Portugal-based pilots approve CLA

    Ryanair confirmed its pilots based in Portugal have voted in favour of a collective labour agreement (CLA) governing pay and conditions for the next four years. The agreement was negotiated...

  • 04 Mar
    FTSE 100 takes advantage of weaker sterling amid Brexit jitters and construction slump

    The FTSE 100 gained 0.4% as sterling weakened following downbeat UK economic data and concerns over Brexit. A fall in the pound boosts the relative value of the overseas earnings generated by...

  • 04 Mar
    Ryanair passenger volumes up 13% in February on-year

    Budget carrier Ryanair said it flew 13% more passengers during the month of February on-year. Passenger volumes in February amounted to 9.6m, with a load factor of 96%, bringing financial...

  • 04 Feb
    Global equities gain momentum ahead of Google update

    Global equities gained momentum ahead of Google-owner Alphabet's latest numbers. At close, the FTSE 100 was up 0.2% at 7,034. In the US, the tech focused Nasdaq rose 0.8% at 7,326 at around...

  • 04 Feb
    FTSE firms above 7,000 as construction malaise dogs sterling

    The FTSE 100 consolidated its position above 7,000, up 0.3% at 7,039.91 by midday after weak UK construction data but the pound under pressure. Ryanair descended 3.4% after it swung to a...

  • 04 Feb
    FTSE off to quiet start as Brexit outcome remains elusive

    UK stocks opened modestly higher on Monday after the release of positive US jobs data on Friday, as investors awaited more developments in Brexit negotiations and US-China trade talks. At 0900,...

  • 04 Feb
    Ryanair swings to third-quarter loss; CEO extends contract by five years

    Ryanair swung to a third-quarter loss, as lower ticket prices weighed, and said chief executive Michael O'Leary had extended his contract by another five years. The budget carrier booked a net...

  • 30 Jan
    Broker Forecast - Raymond James issues a broker note on Ryanair Holdings PLC

    Raymond James today upgrades its investment rating on Ryanair Holdings PLC (LON:RYA) to outperform (from market perform). Story provided by Broker Forecasts data provided by...

  • 29 Jan
    Ryanair cabin crew on board with new labor agreement talks

    Ryanair confirmed that its directly-employed cabin crew in Spain had voted by a majority of 99% in favour of a recognition agreement with local trade unions. The airline and the unions -- SITCPLA...

  • 18 Jan
    Speculation over second referendum and easing of trade tariffs boost FTSE

    The FTSE 100 surged 1.9% to 6,968 on reports that the UK government may hold a second referendum and amid speculation over a possible easing of tariffs on China from the US. European equities also...

  • 18 Jan
    Optimism on US and China trade sets FTSE up for big finish to the week

    An apparent shift in the US position on tariffs for Chinese goods is helping the financial markets to a buoyant end to the week. By midday the FTSE 100 was up 1.4% at 6,927.29 with US futures...

  • 18 Jan
    UK stocks open 0.8% higher on trade truce hopes

    UK stocks opened stronger on Friday amid hopes the US and China would make headway in trade talks, though Brexit uncertainty continued to hang over the market. At 0840, the benchmark FTSE 100...

  • 18 Jan
    Ryanair downgrades profit guidance after slump in winter fares

    Ryanair downgraded its full year profit guidance due to a fall in winter ticket prices. Net profit for the year through March was now expected at between €1.0bn and €1.1bn, down from previous...

  • 03 Jan
    Global equities fall as Apple's profit warning sparks growth concerns

    Trade war fears re-emerged after tech giant Apple's profit warning overnight blamed weak Chinese trading for its worse than anticipated performance. Investors fretted over a potential slowdown in...

  • 03 Jan
    Investors remain jittery after Apple warning

    The FTSE 100 saw accelerated losses by midday, down 0.6% to 6,693.32, after a profit warning from Apple overnight. The consumer electronics giant blamed weak Chinese trading for its worse than...

  • 03 Jan
    Ryanair grows December customers by 12%

    Irish low-cost airline Ryanair said on Thursday it grew its December traffic by 12% to 10.3m customers. It reported 10m Ryanair passengers for December 2018, an increase of 9% on December 2017....

  • 04 Dec
    FTSE falls as trade war bounce fades

    The FTSE 100 came under pressure as the relief rally from the trade war truce faded as investors questioned whether a permanent solution to the tensions between the US and China was possible,...

  • 04 Dec
    Trade truce rally in UK stocks fades as sterling rises

    Indications the UK could abandon Brexit without seeking the approval of other EU countries supported a rise in sterling and contributed to a decline in the FTSE 100. By lunchtime the index had...

  • 04 Dec
    UK stocks track sideways as pound strengthens

    UK stocks traded sideways on Tuesday after excitement over a trade-war truce between China and the US faded and the pound rose on reports that the UK had legal scope to back out of Brexit. At...

  • 04 Dec
    Ryanair November passengers up 11%; inks wages pact with German pilots

    Ryanair said it flew 11% more passengers during the month of November and said it had signed a wages agreement with German pilots. Traffic in November grew to 10.4m, with a 96% load factor,...

  • 05 Nov
    UK stocks trade higher after soft UK services PMI

    The FTSE 100 was up 0.27% to 7,113.23 approaching midday on Monday as oil prices fell despite the US re-imposing sanctions on major producer Iran and after a weak reading from the UK services...

  • 05 Nov
    UK stocks open 0.2% weaker; pound strengthens on Brexit progress

    UK stocks opened weaker on Monday as hopes faded that the US and China could sort out their differences on trade, while progress in Brexit talks strengthened the pound, hurting exporters. At 0855,...

  • 05 Nov
    Ryanair passenger up 11% in October; cancelled more than 300 flights

    Ryanair said passenger numbers grew by 11% during the month of October on-year, though it also had to cancel more than 300 flights during the period. Passenger numbers grew to 11.8m, with a 96%...

  • 22 Oct
    FTSE rises as fears over Italy's future in the EU fade

    The FTSE 100 nudged seven points lower to 7,042 despite reassurances from Italy's prime minister that the country will not leave the EU or stop using the euro following concerns over its budget...

  • 22 Oct
    Rally in Italian stocks and bonds as FTSE gains ground

    A rebound in the value of Italian shares and fixed income, as fears over the country's financial position abate, supports a wider rise in European stocks this morning. The FTSE joins in, up 0.6% to...

  • 22 Oct
    UK stocks open 0.2% higher after China market rally

    UK stocks opened stronger on Monday after the Chinese market was buoyed by pledges of government support and Moody's kept Italy's sovereign debt rating outlook stable at one notch above junk...

  • 22 Oct
    Ryanair profit slides 9% after strikes and higher fuel costs hurt margins

    Ryanair booked an 9% fall in first half-profit after it was hurt by strike action, lower ticket pricing and higher fuel costs. Pre-tax profit for the six months through September fell to €1.32bn,...

  • 19 Oct
    Ryanair inks new accords with unions in Portugal, UK, Italy

    Ryanair said it had signed an accord with a key Portuguese pilot union regarding seniority and base transfer agreements. Negotiations with the union, SPAC, on a full collective labor agreement...

  • 02 Oct
    FTSE recovers ground in afternoon trading

    Commodity price strength and the continuing weakness of the pound helped the FTSE 100 pare some of its earlier losses on Thursday, down 0.3% to 7,474.55. OVERSEAS MARKETS European markets...

  • 02 Oct
    FTSE falls despite sterling's slide

    The FTSE 100 fell despite weaker sterling as any optimism over the recently agreed US-Canada trade deal evaporates thanks to renewed tensions elsewhere and turmoil in Italy. The pound fell off the...

  • 02 Oct
    UK stocks open 0.3% lower amid Italy debt fears

    UK stocks opened lower on Tuesday as concerns that Italy's populist government would increase its debt pile continued to weigh on regional markets. At 0854, the benchmark FTSE 100 was down 24.35...

  • 02 Oct
    Ryanair passengers up 11% in September, cancelled 400 flights

    Ryanair said passenger volumes grew 11% in September, though strike action caused the cancellation of 400 flights during the month. The budget carrier, which yesterday downgraded its profit...

  • 01 Oct
    FTSE falls on weak housebuilders and miners

    Weakness in housebuilders, miners and utilities dragged the FTSE 100 0.2% lower to 7,495 by the close on Monday. Housebuilders slid on news that the UK government is considering a stamp duty...

  • 01 Oct
    Rising utilities push FTSE higher

    Gains in utilities helped the FTSE 100 open in positive territory, up 0.1% at 7,519 around midday. United Utilities sparked 2.2% to 719.8p and Severn Trent nudged 0.4% higher to £18.56. Another...

  • 01 Oct
    UK stocks open flat; Ryanair downgrade hits airlines

    UK stocks opened a smidge lower on Monday after a profit downgrade from Ryanair hurt the airline sector. At 0855, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was down 0.49 points at 7.509.71. Ryanair slumped...

  • 01 Oct
    Ryanair blames strikes for downgrading profit guidance

    Ryanair cuts its full-year earnings guidance by 12%, blaming lower traffic and fares caused by strike action. Annual profit, excluding Laudamotion, was now expected at between €1.10bn and €1.20bn,...

  • 14 Sep
    Ryanair makes progress with Italian unions over cabin crew

    Budget carrier Ryanair said it had made progress with three unions in Italy over the terms of a worker agreement for cabin crew. A set of agreed principles were signed with the unions -- FIT CISL,...

  • 12 Sep
    Ryanair adds 23 London routes; complains of discrimination at Stansted

    Ryanair said it would add 23 new routes in 2019 from London to destinations including Barcelona, Bilbao, Copenhagen and Kiev. The budget airline said the additions would create its biggest ever...

  • 07 Sep
    Ryanair withdraws dismissal threat against 300 pilots

    Ryanair Holdings said it had withdrawn a protective notice to potentially dismiss 300 Dublin-based pilots after reaching an agreement through mediation that ended strike action. The low-cost...

  • 04 Sep
    UK stocks open 0.1% higher, buoyed by banks

    UK stocks opened modestly higher on Tuesday after strength among banks was offset by a disappointing earnings update from advertising giant WPP. At 0857, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was up 8.44...

  • 04 Sep
    Ryanair boosts August passengers; complains of staff shortages and strikes

    Budget carrier Ryanair said it grew passenger numbers by 9% during the month of August following its acquisition of Austrian counterpart Lauda. Passenger numbers grew to 13.8m and included a 0.5m...

  • 28 Aug
    US-Mexico trade deal drives FTSE higher

    The FTSE 100 continued its upbeat performance, driven higher by the mining sector following the breakthrough on trade between the US and Mexico over the weekend. The blue-chip index closed 0.5%...

  • 23 Aug
    Miners and utilities drag FTSE lower

    The FTSE 100 reversed amid falling miners and utilities, leaving the index trading 0.1% lower at 7,563. Severn Trent was down 1.2% at £19.62. In the mining sector, Anglo American was the biggest...

  • 23 Aug
    FTSE flat as weak miners and utilities threaten to offset gains in oil majors

    The FTSE 100 struggled for direction with miners and utility stocks threatening to drag the index into the red despite gains for oil majors BP and Royal Dutch Shell. Around midday, the FTSE 100...

  • 10 Aug
    Global equities decline as Turkey's potential financial crisis unnerves market

    Global markets tumbled over a potential financial crisis in Turkey and US President Donald Trump's doubling of tariffs on goods from the country. Other concerns weighing on investor sentiment...

  • 10 Aug
    FTSE falls on geopolitical tensions

    The downbeat performance of the FTSE 100 continued as investors got jitters over Turkey's economic situation possibly affecting the Eurozone and potential sanctions on Russia from the US. The...

  • 09 Aug
    Broker Forecast - Raymond James issues a broker note on Ryanair Holdings PLC

    Raymond James today downgrades its investment rating on Ryanair Holdings PLC (LON:RYA) to market perform (from outperform). Story provided by Broker Forecasts data provided by...

  • 25 Jul
    Broker Forecast - AlphaValue issues a broker note on Ryanair Holdings PLC

    AlphaValue today downgrades its investment rating on Ryanair Holdings PLC (LON:RYA) to reduce (from add). Story provided by Broker Forecasts data provided by...

  • 25 Jul
    Ryanair warns of 300 job cuts amid Irish pilot strikes

    Ryanair said it could cut more than 300 jobs after it decided to reduce its Dublin-based fleet by 20% for the winter and shift some capacity to Poland. The low-cost airline said the Dublin fleet...

  • 23 Jul
    Concerns over US-Iran relations hit global equities

    The FTSE 100 remained in negative territory as flaring tensions between the US and Iran weighed on investor sentiment. The blue-chip index traded 0.3% lower at 7,655. Housebuilders and miners...

  • 23 Jul
    FTSE falls amid fallout between US and Iran

    Investors were spooked by renewed hostile tensions between the US and Iran, forcing the FTSE 100 0.4% lower to 7,644 around midday. Housebuilders and miners were among the weakest performers....

  • 23 Jul
    Ryanair profit slumps 20% in first quarter, maintains annual guiance

    Budget carrier Ryanair posted a 20% fall in first-quarter profit after traffic growth was offset by falling ticket prices and higher fuel costs. Net profit, excluding exceptional items, fell to...

  • 20 Jul
    Ryanair signs recognition agreement with Italian union

    Ryanair said it had signed a recognition agreement with an Italian union for cabin crew. The union, FIT CISL, would now join ANPAC and ANPAV as a joint-negotiating body for directly-employed cabin...

  • 13 Jul
    FTSE loses momentum as sterling recovers

    FTSE loses momentum as sterling recovers Gains for the pound after Donald Trump struck a more supportive tone for UK PM Theresa May and her Brexit position saw the FTSE limp towards the close on...

  • 13 Jul
    UK stocks rise on sterling weakness and receding trade fears

    Shifting focus from concern over trade to a potentially strong US earnings season helped drive strength in global markets with the FTSE 100 also boosted by Brexit uncertainty inspired sterling...

  • 13 Jul
    Ryanair accuses Lufthansa of damaging Laudamotion; asks regulators to step in

    Ryanair welcomed the EU Commission's decision to approve its proposed acquisition of Laudamotion, but also claimed that German carrier Lufthansa was attempting to 'destabilise and damage' the...

  • 03 Jul
    Mining rally boosts FTSE

    The FTSE 100 continued its bounce back following progress in Germany over immigration issues, positive UK construction data and higher commodity prices. Miners enjoyed a strong performance with...

  • 03 Jul
    FTSE begins recovery from trade war concerns

    The FTSE 100 bounced back from trade war concerns and on the back of positive US trading overnight, rising 0.6% to 7,590 around midday. Utility companies were among the top performers, led higher...

  • 03 Jul
    Ryanair June passenger volumes up 7% despite strike action

    Ryanair said it carried 7% more passenger in the month of June on-year, despite thousands of customers having their flights cancelled due to strikes by air traffic controllers. Passenger volumes...

  • 05 Jun
    Sterling gains and weak banks put FTSE on the back foot

    The FTSE 100 was firmly in reverse by lunchtime as data on the UK services sector helped push the pound higher and amid weakness in the banking sector. Approaching midday, the index was down 0.6%...

  • 05 Jun
    UK stocks open slightly lower as trade war fears linger

    UK stocks opened a touch lower on Tuesday as investors weighed signs of improving global growth against lingering trade war fears. At 0857, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was down 3.49 points at...

  • 05 Jun
    Ryanair passenger volumes up 6% in May, despite strikes

    Ryanair said passenger volumes in May grew by 6% on-year, despite 200,000 passengers having their flights cancelled due to strikes. The budget airline carried 12.5m passenger and increased its...

  • 23 May
    Broker Forecast - Liberum Capital issues a broker note on Ryanair Holdings PLC

    Liberum Capital today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Ryanair Holdings PLC (LON:RYA) and cut its price target to 18.50p (from 21p). Story provided by Broker Forecasts...

  • 21 May
    Strong US open boosts FTSE

    The FTSE 100 remained in positive territory on a strong performance on Wall Street as investors were relieved a potential trade war between the US and China was averted over the weekend. In the...

  • 21 May
    FTSE rises on de-escalation of US-China trade tensions

    Positive progress over the weekend between the US and China in a bid to avoid a potential trade war helped lift the FTSE 100 by 0.8% to 7,839 around midday. Amid big gains for the dollar,...

  • 21 May
    UK stocks open 0.6% higher as trade war fears abate

    UK stocks opened higher on Monday, following a rally in Asian markets, after US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said a trade war with China was 'on hold'. At 0858, the benchmark FTSE 100 index...

  • 21 May
    Ryanair profit up 10%; expects higher fuel, staff costs to weigh in FY19

    Ryanair posted a 10% increase in annual profit after it carried more passengers and filled a greater proportion of seats on each flight. The budget carrier, however, said it expected profit to...

  • 02 May
    Ryanair April passengers up 9%; load factor steady

    Ryanair said it carried 9% more passengers in April on-year, while keeping load factors steady. Passenger volumes for the month rose to 12.3m, while the load factor was unchanged at 96%. At...

  • 04 Apr
    UK stocks open 0.4% lower as trade tensions escalate

    UK stocks opened lower on Wednesday as China pledged to counter tariffs imposed by the US in a worsening trade dispute. At 0906, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was down 29.94 points, or 0.4%, at...

  • 04 Apr
    Ryanair March passenger up 6%, load factor improves to 95%

    Ryanair said it carried 6% more passengers in March on-year, while also increasing its load factors. Passenger numbers increased to 10.0m, while load factor, a measure of capacity utlisation, rose...

  • 23 Mar
    Ryanair to start flying to Ukraine in October

    Ryanair said it would start flying to Ukraine from October this year, with a combined 46 services scheduled for airports in Kiev and Lviv each week. The budget carrier said it would add 10 new...

  • 20 Mar
    Ryanair to take up to 75% stake in Niki Lauda's LaudaMotion airline

    Ryanair Holdings said it had agreed with businessman Niki Lauda to support his plan to develop LaudaMotion, an Austrian airline based in Vienna. The Irish budget carrier would acquire an initial...

  • 05 Mar
    Ryanair February passenger up 5%, load factor steady at 95%

    Ryanair said it boosted passenger numbers in February by 5% on-year to 8.6m. The budget carrier's load factor remained steady at 95%. At 2:46pm: (LON:RYA) Ryanair Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 26 Feb
    Ryanair to fly from two German airports for first time

    Ryanair said it would operate from two airports in Germany, Berlin Tegal and Dusseldorf, for the first time this summer. The budget carrier said it would use two new aircraft to fly four German...

  • 05 Feb
    FTSE remains weak on rate concerns but US steadies

    The UK and Europe were in the red as concerns over potential rises in interest rates this year soured the market. The FTSE 100 was 1.4% lower at 7,334. However fears of a more significant...

  • 05 Feb
    FTSE hit by global sell-off

    The global sell-off continued in the US last week and Asia today on the back of rising government bond yields and an expected hike in interest rates. The negative sentiment spread to the UK's FTSE...

  • 05 Feb
    Ryanair 3Q profit up 12%, maintains annual profit guidance

    Ryanair posted a 12% rise in third-quarter profit as rising passenger volumes offset lower ticket prices. Pre-tax profit in the three months through December rose to €106m, up from €95m in the...

  • 02 Feb
    Ryanair January passengers up 6%, load factor improves

    Ryanair said its passenger volumes grew by 6% in January on-year to 9.3m. Load factor increased by one percentage point to 91%. At 8:01am: (LON:RYA) Ryanair Holdings PLC share price was +0.14p...

  • 30 Jan
    Ryanair signs recognition agreement with pilot union

    Ryanair said it had signed a union recognition agreement with the British Airline Pilots Association, which would now become the sole representative body for its pilots. This agreement comes after...

  • 15 Jan
    Ryanair beats weekly booking record

    Ryanair said it had beaten its weekly booking record, taking over 3m bookings in one week for the first time in its history. This record owed to low fares and continued improvements in customer...

  • 03 Jan
    BP and Shell boost FTSE

    A rally in oil prices lifted shares in Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) and BP (BP.) providing the FTSE 100 with a boost. Shell gained 1.4% to £25.34 and BP was up 1.3% at 524.2p. As the oil giants are...

  • 03 Jan
    Utilities and insurers weigh on FTSE

    The FTSE 100 was threatening to tip into the red as weakness in utilities and insurers started to offset gains in consumer and retail stocks. The blue-chip index was flat at 7,651. British...

  • 03 Jan
    Ryanair December traffic up 3%

    Ryanair posted a 3% rise in passenger volumes during the month of December and forecast a fall in airfares in 2018. Passenger numbers rose to 9.3m in December, up from 9.0m in November. The...

  • 21 Dec
    FTSE hits record in Santa rally as Shell makes deal

    The FTSE 100 hit a new record, closing 1% higher above the 7,600 mark on the penultimate trading day before the Christmas holidays. Oil colossus Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) agreed to buy energy...

  • 02 Nov
    Ryanair October traffic grows 8%

    Ryanair's (RYA) traffic in October grew by 8% year-on-year to 11.8 million customers. The load factor increased by 1% to 96% on the back of lower fares. The figures include the flight...

  • 31 Oct
    Weaker commodity prices drag on miners

    The FTSE 100 was flat at 7,493 as falling commodity prices weighed on miners. Fresnillo (FRES) took the biggest hit, falling 2.6% to £30.02 followed by Glencore (GLEN) and Randgold Resources...

  • 31 Oct
    FTSE rises as BP beats expectations

    Among the winners was oil major BP (BP.) up 2.1% to 512.4p after beating expectations with a doubling of third-quarter profit and announcing re-launched share buyback programme. The good news had...

  • 31 Oct
    Ryanair 1H profit up 11%

    Ryanair posted an 11% increase in net profit after the budget airline experienced robust growth in traffic volumes. Net profit for the six months through September rose to €1.29bn, boosted by 11%...

  • 03 Oct
    Strong miners fail to propel FTSE higher

    The FTSE was flat at 7,447 despite gains in miners and financial stocks. Anglo American (AAL) performed well, up 2.4% to £13.96, followed by Rio Tinto (RIO) and Glencore (GLEN), which rose 1% and...

  • 03 Oct
    Ryanair September traffic rises

    Ryanair said passenger volumes increased by 10% during the month of September to 11.8m customers. The budget airline's load factor, a key measure of profitability, rose by 2 percentage points to...

  • 02 Oct
    FTSE rises as miners, housebuilders and airlines gain momentum

    It was a strong start to the week for the FTSE 100 thanks to gains in miners, housebuilders and airline stocks. The blue-chip index was trading 0.5% higher at 7,412 around midday. Brent crude oil...

  • 28 Sep
    FTSE rises on higher oil price

    A sharp jump in the price of oil helped to lift shares in oil giants BP (BP.) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB). As both stocks are among the biggest in terms of market cap, the FTSE 100 gained 0.1% to...

  • 27 Sep
    Ryanair to eliminate cancellations by curbing growth plans

    Ryanair has confirmed that it will slow its growth this winter and fly 25 less aircraft from November and 10 fewer aircraft from April 2018 in its attempt to eliminate the risk of future...

  • 21 Sep
    Ryanair apologies to shareholders

    Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary has apologised to shareholders, and again to customers, for the cancellation of 2,100 flights over a six week period in September and October. The...

  • 20 Sep
    Ryanair buys back 539,352 ordinary shares

    Ryanair Holdings announced that on 19 September 2017 it purchased for cancellation a total of 539,352 of its ordinary shares of nominal value €0.006 each. The average price paid was 17.0194...

  • 20 Sep
    Ryanair buys back 539,352 ordinary shares

    Ryanair Holdings plc announced that on 19 September 2017 it purchased for cancellation a total of 539,352 ordinary shares of nominal value €0.006 each. Story provided by

  • 12 Sep
    Ryanair announces additional three aircraft at Frankfurt Main airport

    Ryanair announced an additional three based aircraft to bring it to a total of ten ($1bn) at Frankfurt Main airport. The Frankfurt summer 2018 schedule includes 38 (34 new) Frankfurt Main routes...

  • 06 Sep
    North Korean tensions continue to drag on FTSE

    North Korean tensions loomed over the FTSE 100 after the country's recent nuclear test on Sunday. Media reports suggest the test triggered several landslides, marking an escalation in the effects...

  • 05 Sep
    Weak Wall Street open pressures FTSE

    The FTSE 100 was weak in afternoon trading as US investors had their first opportunity to react to the renewed tensions in the Korean peninsula over the weekend. North Korea's test of a hydrogen...

  • 05 Sep
    AVEVA thrives on mega merger as Halfords delivers strong sales

    In the FTSE 250, AVEVA (AVV) rallied 24.4% to £23.88 following its decision to merge with Schneider Electric's industrial software business to create a global leader in industrial software. AVEVA...

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