Can EasyJet recover from pre-tax loss?

The airline struggled with higher costs, weaker sterling and adverse impact from later Easter break
Thursday 13 Jul 2017 Author: Lisa-Marie Janes

Thursday 20 July

Will EasyJet (EZJ) be able to bounce back from the weak performance flagged in May? This is the question that investors should focus on when the budget airline reports on trading on 20 July.

On 16 May EasyJet released first half results which showed higher fuel costs, weaker sterling and a delayed Easter break weighed on performance and resulted in a £212m pre-tax loss. 

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