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Thomas Cook Group plc (TCG.L)

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Tue, Jul 31 2018

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Heatwave takes toll on Thomas Cook as holidaymakers delay booking

LONDON British travel company Thomas Cook Group said a summer heatwave kept holidaymakers from booking last minute trips overseas and warned that annual profit would come in at the lower end of expectations.

UPDATE 2-Heatwave takes toll on Thomas Cook as holidaymakers delay booking

* Shares up 3.9 pct (Adds CEO comments, analyst comment, share price)

Thomas Cook CEO says no airline sale planned currently

LONDON The chief executive of Thomas Cook said the holiday company was not currently planning to sell its airline business following media speculation that it was considering spinning it off.

Thomas Cook CEO says no airline sale planned currently

LONDON, July 31 The chief executive of Thomas Cook said the holiday company was not currently planning to sell its airline business following media speculation that it was considering spinning it off.

Warm UK weather takes toll on Thomas Cook's profit forecast

LONDON, July 31 British travel company Thomas Cook Group said its annual profit would come in at the lower end of expectations after hot summer weather in Europe affected late holiday bookings.

UK's Thomas Cook mulling airline sale: Sunday Times

LONDON British travel company Thomas Cook is considering splitting off its airline and selling a stake to an outside investor to reduce debt, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.

UK's Thomas Cook mulling airline sale - Sunday Times

LONDON, July 28 British travel company Thomas Cook is considering splitting off its airline and selling a stake to an outside investor to reduce debt, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.

Thomas Cook ditches rowdy 'Club 18-30' for something more stylish

LONDON Thomas Cook is abandoning its raucous "Club 18-30" brand to target an image-conscious audience wanting more stylish holidays, the British tour operator said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish

* UK margin pressure offset by shift from Spain to Turkey (Adds CEO comment, share price, analyst comment)

Thomas Cook says on track to meet annual forecasts

LONDON, May 17 British holiday company Thomas Cook said it was on track to deliver results in line with forecasts for the year after customers took more holidays to Egypt and long-haul destinations, improving its first-half performance.

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