1. European stocks trade slightly lower as trade war escalates; Thomas Cook shares down 16%  CNBC
  2. Business Live: Thomas Cook shares dive  BBC News
  3. Thomas Cook slumps to £1.5bn loss as Brexit chaos hits travel plans  The Guardian
  4. Opening Quote: The problems are piling up for tour operator Thomas Cook  Financial Times
  5. Thomas Cook says Brexit hitting holiday plans  BBC News
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European markets traded slightly lower Thursday despite a late rally in Wednesday afternoon trade, after CNBC revealed that the U.S. plans to delay auto tariffs on European imports by up to six months.European markets traded slightly lower Thursday despite a late rally in Wednesday afternoon trade, after CNBC revealed that the U.S. plans to delay auto tariffs on European imports by up to six months.

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“Thomas Cook lost £1,000 per minute selling holidays over the winter, and blames Brexit uncertainty for weak demand for summer 2019 https://t.co/nDphanKWmd”

Simon Calder on Twitter: "Thomas Cook lost £1,000 per minute selling holidays over the winter, and blames Brexit uncertainty for weak demand for summer 2019 https://t.co/nDphanKWmd"

“🌦️Tough times for Thomas Cook 🛬Huge loss of £1.5 billion 🛬Value of the MyTravel package holiday company it bought in 2007 has reduced by more than £1bn. 🛬The day-to-day business also making a loss. ✈️Multiple bids received for its airline More @bbc5live Here's the boss:”

Sean Farrington on Twitter: "🌦️Tough times for Thomas Cook 🛬Huge loss of £1.5 billion 🛬Value of the MyTravel package holiday company it bought in 2007 has reduced by more than £1bn. 🛬The day-to-day business also making a loss. ✈️Multiple bids received for its airline More @bbc5live Here's the boss:… https://t.co/nqYTxmpgVH"

“#ThomasCook has reported half-year losses of £1.46bn - saying #Brexit has been a factor with many customers choosing to delay holiday plans due to political uncertainty. Also revealed multiple bids for its Airline business. @GMB”

Nick Dixon on Twitter: "#ThomasCook has reported half-year losses of £1.46bn - saying #Brexit has been a factor with many customers choosing to delay holiday plans due to political uncertainty. Also revealed multiple bids for its Airline business. @GMB… https://t.co/rwiwifPWwT"

“Thomas Cook debt is getting slammed this morning after the UK travel company took a £1.1bn writedown and warned of "challenging" conditions. 2022 bond price down 9 cents to 58 cents on the euro. https://t.co/yXzP9uGuwC @alicemhancock”

Adam Samson on Twitter: "Thomas Cook debt is getting slammed this morning after the UK travel company took a £1.1bn writedown and warned of "challenging" conditions. 2022 bond price down 9 cents to 58 cents on the euro. https://t.co/yXzP9uGuwC @alicemhancock… https://t.co/k7OfvjnUmD"

HOLIDAY firm Thomas Cook has announced a £1.46bn loss over just six months, as it closes 21 high street stores and Brits book fewer breaks. HOLIDAY firm Thomas Cook has announced a £1.46bn loss over just...

Thomas Cook announces £1.46bn loss as holiday demand falls - Daily Star

Summer heatwave and Brexit uncertainty cited for huge growth in half-year losses, along with more than £1 billion ‘impairment’ from 2007 MyTravel mergerSummer heatwave and Brexit uncertainty cited for huge growth in half-year losses, along with more than £1 billion ‘impairment’ from 2007 MyTravel merger

TTG - Travel industry news - Thomas Cook Group losses plummet to £1.45bn over winter

Shares plunge after the firm warns of continuing pressure and says the delay to the UK's EU departure has not boosted bookings.Shares plunge after the firm warns of continuing pressure and says the delay to the UK's EU departure has not boosted bookings.

Thomas Cook slumps to £1.46bn half-year loss as Brexit hits holiday demand | Business News | Sky News

Thomas Cook said it had received “multiple bids” for all or part of its airline business as the troubled holiday company reported a dramatic increase in losses in the six months to March.Thomas Cook said it had received “multiple bids” for all or part of its airline business as the troubled holiday company reported a dramatic increase in losses in the six months to March.

Thomas Cook suffers £1.5bn loss as it confirms 'multiple' bids received for airline business

Looking ahead to this year's peak season, the stricken travel group said: 'There is now little doubt that the Brexit process has led many UK customers to delay their holiday plans for this summer.'Looking ahead to this year's peak season, the stricken travel group said: 'There is now little doubt that the Brexit process has led many UK customers to delay their holiday plans for this summer.'

Thomas Cook blames Brexit after slumping to £1.5bn loss | This is Money

Troubled holiday giant Thomas Cook has confirmed "multiple" bids have been made for all or part of its airline as it tumbled to a £1.5 billion pre-tax loss for the six months to March 31 Troubled holiday giant Thomas Cook has confirmed "multiple" bids have been made for all or part of its airline as it tumbled to a £1.5 billion pre-tax loss for the six months to March 31

Thomas Cook says more cuts are likely amid 21 store closures and airline sale - Mirror Online

Thomas Cook shares plunged today as it issued a fresh profit warning and revealed a stunning £1.45bn loss in the six months to the end of March, afterThomas Cook shares plunged today as it issued a fresh profit warning and revealed a stunning £1.45bn loss in the six months to the end of March, after

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Read Thomas Cook slumps to £1.5bn loss as 'Brexit hits holiday plans' latest on ITV News. All the Travel newsThomas Cook has slumped to a £1.5 billion half-year loss as it warned Brexit uncertainty had seen Britons delay their summer holiday plans. The holiday giant's pre-tax losses widened from £303 million a year earlier, and the firm warned “challenging” trading over the peak summer season was set to put the full-year result under pressure. It now expects underlying earnings to fall over the second half as holiday firms cut prices to boost Brexit-hit demand and costs of fuel and hotels rise. Thomas Cook is planning further cost savings in the second half to offset tougher trading and higher fuel expenses, following its decision in March to shut 21 stores and axe more than 300 retail roles.

Thomas Cook slumps to £1.5bn loss as 'Brexit hits holiday plans' - ITV News