Spain's stock market regulator CNMV yesterday suspended trading in Vueling Airlines following reports that the Barcelona-based LCC might issue another profit warning in the coming days. The airline said in early August that it would not meet its 2007 targets after cutting its average second-quarter fare by 23% in response to aggressive pricing by competitors. Vueling reported a net loss of €33.7 million ($48.1 million) for the six months ended June 30, a sharp increase from the ...

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