FTSE LIVE: Jet2 owner warns of Brexit hit; Home base narrows losses under new ownership; British equities slip high after hitting 6 months
- Jet2 owner Dart said the current fiscal year could be affected by Brexit uncertainty
- The home base losses narrowed by nearly £ 140 million in the second half of 2018
- FTSE 100 opened in red, a decrease of 0.18 percent at 7,456.79
The group behind Jet2, Dart, said that while earnings in the last full year will be higher than expected, current year performance may be adversely affected by economic uncertainty in the UK, especially around the Brexit.
The home base is the adoption of his law and, since the reversal plan is starting to bear fruit, the DIY chain loss has been caused by £ 140 million in the second half of last year.
After reaching a point of 6 months on Tuesday, the FTSE 100 opened in red today and dropped a few points to 7,456.