European Airline Ryanair saw shares pop 2 percent after the company announced increases revenues, customers and earnings, despite Brexit worries.
LONDON/MILAN, July 25 (Reuters) - European shares inched higher on Monday, with low-cost airline Ryanair climbing after it issued a bullish outlook while shares in William Hill surged on bid interest from its rivals. Germany's DAX rose 0.5 percent after the IFO business morale survey showed the resilience of Europe's biggest economy to the turmoil triggered by UK's vote last month to quite the European Union. Ryanair rose 6.3 percent after the low-cost carrier said it remained on track for its highest-ever profit this year, although it also warned it may yet have to review guidance since Brexit had created huge uncertainty.
|Bid||11.30 x 168400|
|Ask||11.75 x 230000|
|52wk Range||11.35 - 1,559.00|
|Day's Range||11.35 - 11.66|
|Avg Vol (3m)||2,617,854|
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