UK budget carrier easyJet has taken a £40 million ($52.5 million) currency hit because of the devaluation of the pound since the UK voted to leave the European Union, or Brexit, on June 23. EasyJet warned the economic and operating environment is “difficult and uncertain” as it enters its final quarter. “The most tangible effect [of Brexit] has been the devaluation of the pound both against the dollar and euro,” easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall said, giving a ...

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