Cockpit of Russia’s new spacecraft to have three touch screensScience & Space March 29, 8:36
Konchalovsky's 'Paradise' gets Best Film, Best Director at Russia's Nika movie awardSociety & Culture March 29, 7:29
US Senate votes overwhelmingly in favor of Montenegro’s accession to NATOWorld March 29, 5:24
Putin’s popularity in Russia ‘unfaltering’ — GallupRussian Politics & Diplomacy March 29, 5:19
Lavrov says he plays football once a week, goes rafting every yearSport March 29, 3:59
UK prime minister signs formal Brexit letter to Brussels — official photoWorld March 29, 1:26
Some 20 Topol-M, Yars mobile ICBM systems take part in massive Central Russian drillsMilitary & Defense March 28, 23:10
Russia clinches last-minute 3-3 draw with Belgium in friendly football match in SochiSport March 28, 21:40
Washington-based National Symphony Orchestra members excited to perform in RussiaSociety & Culture March 28, 21:36
Finnair dropped 2.2% to 2.6 euro per stock; the cap declined 30 million euros over two days. Air-France lost 4.7% with 7.15 euros per stock (the cap plummeted 11% - more than 220 million euros).
German Lufthansa dropped 2.9% to 12.45 euros per stock, 10% down in two days (about 570 million euros). Irish low-cost Ryanair slid 2% to 6.61 euros per stock losing about 184 million euros of cap.
Two trading sessions stripped International Airlines Group of 6.5%, or more than $745 million. On Wednesday, the corporation’s stocks on London Stock Exchange are down 1.9%
On Wednesday night, the US airlines fared poorly on US stock exchanges. Delta closed 2.82% down at $36.23 per stock, its cap down by $1.1 billion. American Airlines fell 2.5% to $37.18 per stock (the cap down 675 million). United Airlines collapsed 3.43% to $43.94 per stock down $562 million.