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On The Beach

August 2016

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  • Epic Code:
  • OTB
  • Price:
  • 232p
The shares shot up 20% after pure online travel agent On The Beach said it was on track to meet market expectations for the year to end September – unlike virtually all the other travel firms and airlines, even supremo Easyjet, which have been mauled by a spate of terrorist and other incidents in France and Germany, political turmoil in Turkey, uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the collapse of Sterling, which all reduced UK overseas travel.On The Beach said that the "flexibility of the business model has enabled the management team to focus successfully on profitable growth."  Less than 20% of the group’s costs are fixed and it said it had benefited from the administration of Lowcosttravelgroup, which en ...

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