Airport shares worldwide bounced back yesterday, after beginning the week on a low, led by BAA parent, Ferrovial, which soared 6.0%.
Major airport investors welcomed Airports Council International’s growth forecast for 2010, with MAp, Aeroports de Paris and Fraport trading up +2.2%, +1.8% and +1.4%, respectively.
Japan Airport Terminals and Italian airport operators, Aeroporto di Venezia and Aeroporto di Toscano went against the trend, closing down 4.4%, 3.7% and 2.3%, respectively.
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