Its future may not be as bright as the signature orange on the vertical stabilizer and nacelles of its aircraft, but low-fare carrier EasyJet may be on the verge of emerging from its financial turbulence of last year. At least that's the view of analysts at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB), who note that "for the first time, we are hopeful that [fiscal 2005 earnings per share] may prove to be the bottom." For EasyJet investors, 2004 tested their patience. The stock price was marching ...
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