News: Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA (GOL.N)

GOL.N on New York Stock Exchange

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Wed, Mar 26 2014

Brazil airline Gol sees more fuel price pressure in 2014

SAO PAULO, March 26 - Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas has seen higher-than-expected jet fuel prices so far this year and expects additional pressure from the cost of fuel, Chief Executive Officer Paulo Kakinoff said on a Wednesday conference call.

Air France-KLM gains Brazil foothold with $100 million Gol deal

SAO PAULO - Air France-KLM SA will invest $100 million in Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA as the European carrier seeks to take advantage of a potential surge in travel demand during the coming soccer World Cup and the 2016 Olympics, both to take place in Brazil.

UPDATE 1-Air France-KLM gains Brazil foothold with $100 mln Gol deal

SAO PAULO, Feb 19 - Air France-KLM SA will invest $100 million in Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA as the European carrier seeks to take advantage of a potential surge in travel demand during the coming soccer World Cup and the 2016 Olympics, both to take place in Brazil.

Air France-KLM to invest $100 mln in Brazilian airline Gol

SAO PAULO, Feb 19 - Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas has formed a strategic partnership with Air France-KLM that includes flight sharing and joint sales, according to a securities filing on Wednesday.

In delay-plagued Brazil, World Cup airport welcome to include a tent

SAO PAULO, Jan 21 - Brazil promised the world it would roll out the red carpet at 21st century airports for this year's World Cup, but soccer fans landing in Fortaleza, which will host six matches including a quarter final, will instead be shepherded through a temporary canvas structure.

EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil stock index up on Dasa, Gol shares

* Brazil Bovespa gains 0.56 pct, Mexico IPC up 0.31 pct SAO PAULO, Dec 23 - Brazilian stocks rose on Monday, led by shares of medical diagnostics firm Dasa and airline Gol, though strong technical resistance kept gains in the broader Bovespa index in check. Mexico's IPC index rose for the third session in four, while Chile's bourse moved lower. Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index rose 0.56 percent to 51,471.07 but was unable to regain the previous session's losses. The

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks fall again; Brazil's Gol rises

* Brazil Bovespa down 1.02 pct, Mexico IPC down 0.61 pct MEXICO CITY, Nov 25 - Brazilian stocks led Latin American bourses down on Monday, dropping for the third session in four as investors eyed a deteriorating fiscal outlook and higher interest rates in Latin America's largest economy. Mexico's IPC index and Chile's bourse also dipped. Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index fell 1.02 percent to 52,263.51, adding to a more than 14 percent drop for the year. The Bovespa l

EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil stocks extend slide, airline Gol rises

* Brazil Bovespa down 0.92 pct, Mexico IPC flat SAO PAULO, Nov 25 - Brazilian stocks dropped for the third session in four on Monday as investors, eyeing a deteriorating fiscal outlook and higher interest rates in Latin America's largest economy, remained bearish on local shares. Mexico's IPC index and Chile's bourse were both little changed. Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index fell 0.92 percent to 52,316.16, adding to a more-than 14 percent drop for the year. The Boves

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Gol could further cut domestic flights in 2014

SAO PAULO, Nov 25 - Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas could continue cutting its domestic network in 2014 if necessary, Chief Executive Paulo Kakinoff said on Monday, highlighting uncertainty about economic growth.

Brazil's Gol says stable flight outlook best scenario for 2014

SAO PAULO, Nov 25 - A stable outlook for the domestic flight network is the maximum forecast for Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas in 2014, Chief Executive Paulo Kakinoff said on Monday.

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