ANA Reduces Profit Forecast Amid Demand Concerns

Credit: Rob Finlayson
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has cut its earnings forecasts for its fiscal year through March 2020, following a decline in profits shown in its most recent financial report. The carrier reported its net profit for the six months through Sept. 30—its fiscal first half—dropped by 23% to ¥ 56.7 billion (...

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