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Second wave fears in Europe roil travel stocks – CNBC

The sixteen top travel and leisure stocks in Europe fell more than 3% in the first hour of trading, with Tui, easyJet and International Airlines Group all down by around 10%.

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Shares of the European travel sector sank Monday morning as investors grew anxious over a rise in coronavirus cases in the region.
The sixteen top travel and leisure stocks in Europe fell more than 3% in the first hour of trading, with Tui, easyJet and International Airlines Group the owner of Iberia and British Airways all down by around 10%.
Investors are worried about a recent jump in infections in certain European regions and the subsequent implications for travel.Spain, for instance, has …

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