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Ryanair's first-half results: the key points

Shares in the airline rose by more than five per cent after the results

7th November, 2016

Shares in Ryanair jumped by more than five per cent to €13.43 in early trading in Dublin after the airline released a strong set of first-half results, covering the important six-month trading period to the end of September. The following are the key points in the figures:

1. The airline reported a seven per cent increase in after-tax profit to €1.168 billion, ahead of market expectations, as passenger traffic grew by 12 per cent to...

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