Favorable moves in currency exchange rates mean that UK-based low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet will turn in a better-than-predicted financial performance for the first half of 2015, the carrier said Thursday. In a financial update statement, easyJet said its estimated first-half results would improve from a loss of between £10-£30 million ($15 to $45 million) predicted on Jan. 27 to somewhere between a loss of £5 million and profit of £10 million. The airline ...

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