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TUI gaps higher 100 points!

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That's one heck of a hullabalooza, Herman Humphries!

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Stemmed its blood loss 🤓

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You know it's confusing AF to see things gapping on the web platform and not on other platforms, but oh well.  Who cares?

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Come on now bonnie loon 🤓

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Come on, surely thousands of working people losing their jobs is cause for celebration.  Let's cash in!

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Restarting holidays, which TUI did on Monday with two flights between Germany and Mallorca, Spain, would result in an immediate working capital inflow and have a positive impact on cash fixed costs, TUI said on Tuesday.

"We have seen a notable increase in bookings for our summer holidays over the last week with Germany and Belgium seeing strong recovery week on week," TUI said.

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Just holding on to that pivot by the flaps of its cracks ...

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