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Budget deal

27 May 2015 By Olaf Storbeck

The Irish government has backed British Airways’ parent in its 1.4 bln euro offer for Aer Lingus. The 40 pct premium is less generous than it looks, given the wider rise in airline shares. Key shareholder Ryanair could push for more, but other investors shouldn’t bank on it. 

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